Levitate Your Dream as an Author with PageTurner, Press and Media!
PageTurner’s utmost goal is to let authors finish the ladder of success in publishing their books. It has always been our delight to see authors reach the pinnacle of success. We as a company thrive to provide authors with superb support and sublime services that they need. It is because we believe on the authors’ efficacy to succeed in their literary pursuit. Authors are pampered and are given adept specialists who will create a smooth sailing publishing process. Why don’t you grab this opportunity now? Levitate your literary pursuit with PageTurner!
PageTurner’s service is tried-and-true. The methods used by agents have been already proven to work, especially in connecting to traditional publishers and producers. This state-of-the-art service is worth your time as professional literary agents are willing to go beyond the limit just to provide the care and service you need as an author.
PageTurner’s Media Brand Buildup campaign sensationalizes all the saleable angles of an author and his book through the media expertise of a “publicist.” A publicist’s role is central to a book’s success in the media. While publishing houses usually assign an in-house professional to work on each book project, both traditionally published authors and indie or hybrid authors prefer to hire a book publicist to ensure individualized publicity attention for their books.
Even in this digital age, brick-and-mortar bookstores are still leading as the best market for drawing customers. Despite the presence of online bookstores, there are still great numbers of readers who prefer to go to mega bookstores and dig for great finds of books.
Each Sunday, the New York Times magazine sets the tone for informed debate and thoughtful discussion around the country. Reaching more than 23 million highly educated readers nationwide, in print and online, the magazine explores the ideas, issues, and personalities defining our world: in politics, global issues, finance, culture, fashion, design, art, and more. The New York Times Sunday Book Review is considered the most prestigious book review source in the United States.
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Create a visual language for your brand. PageTurner’s Website Design service allows authors to customize a webpage that fits their book’s style and personality. It encompasses several different aspects, including webpage layout, content production, and graphic design.
Integrity is an indispensable characteristic that can hoist all the right selling angles of your book. An objective and professional review of your book can build the “believability” factor necessary to arm your book when it hits the marketplace.
The ability to return unsold copies and get a complete refund is a primary requirement among book sellers in stocking print books. To meet this strict industry standard in bookselling, PageTurner, Press and Media offers the Book Returns Insurance.
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Over the years, PageTurner continuously aims to produce quality artworks. We take pride of our graphic designs and illustrations. We help authors and other publishers invent characters for children’s books, graphic novels, and interior artworks.
A hardcover or hardback is also known as hardbound and sometimes case-bound. If you plan to keep your book for a long time and display it on shelves, then having a hardcover version is a MUST. Hardcovers are built to last, able to withstand both daily wear and tear and the test of time. PageTurner, Press and Media allows every author to have a hardcover version of their books in dust jacket or case-bound laminates.
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A developmental edit is often very involved and looks at the big picture, as well as any nuances authors might miss in their own review of the manuscript. While many quick fixes to your manuscript may allow you to check for characters’ names or other basic problems, a developmental edit takes it a step further and looks at the “why” and “how” of the characters’ motives, their descriptions, and other aspects of writing.