Vivalogue gives all me the advantages of self-publishing without all the headaches
Vancouver, British Columbia (PRWEB) May 31, 2012
Vivalogue Publishing Canada Limited will be assisting Canadian author Gail Banning to republish her critically acclaimed young adult novel, Out on a Limb. Banning’s first novel originally published in 2008 by Key Porter. When the Toronto based book publisher went out of business in 2011 she, along with many other well-known authors, were affected. Demand from bookstores for Out on a Limb, a story about an ordinary suburban family who end up living in a treehouse, remained.
In Spring 2012, Banning succeeded in regaining copyright of the novel, which Quill & Quire magazine reviewed as “filled with whimsical possibilities” which “will intrigue readers with its unusual elements.” In 2009, Out on a Limb was nominated for a Chocolate Lily Award honouring the best in British Columbia’s children’s literature. Vivalogue will be providing editing, printing and marketing support for the novel's re-release in the summer of 2012. “I chose Vivalogue because their self-publishing package allows authors to retain all copyright and editorial control. Vivalogue gives all me the advantages of self-publishing without all the headaches,” says Banning. The company, which has a branch in the United Kingdom, also gives access to new international markets while delivering a substantial increase in retained earnings.
About Gail Banning:
Banning is a Crown prosecutor based in Vancouver, British Columbia, who wrote her whimsical first novel while prosecuting high-profile crime cases
About Vivalogue Publishing:
Vivalogue Publishing specializes in helping authors realize the benefits of self-publishing without the administrative burden. Services include editing, design, printing, publishing, eBooks and author websites for authors wishing to produce as few as 200 copies. For more information, visit http://www.vivalogue.com.