Sometimes You Need A Supportive,
Author-Centric Traditional Publisher
As weird as it may sound coming from us, guided self-publishing is not right for every author.
Sometimes, it's best to go the more traditional publishing route.
The key is finding the right traditional publisher!
Luckily, we found kindred spirits in Morgan James Publishing, a traditional publisher with 20 years of experience; scores of New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestsellers; and is considered by Publishers Weekly to be the "unconventional traditional publisher." Most importantly, they are committed to being author-centric and supportive of their clients.
To increase the options available to our amazing author clients, we've partnered with them to launch an imprint together called KWE Publishing, an imprint of Morgan James Publishing.
We were also selected in 2022 to be the Morgan James Publishing Kid's Publisher.
Now, no matter which option authors choose—guided self-publishing or traditional publishing—they are fully supported AND become personally published!
ABOUT MORGAN JAMES PRINTING
Created by an Entrepreneurial Author for Entrepreneurial Authors, Morgan James became the first hybrid publisher to blend the strength, credibility, and distribution of traditional publishing with the flexibility, author involvement, and time to market of self-publishing.
In just over fifteen short years, Morgan James Publishing has grown from publishing 6 books per year to publishing an average of 200 frontlist titles each year, with a backlist of over 3,000 titles. They are regularly ranked by Publisher’s Weekly as one of the fastest growing publishers in the nation, and ranked #44 on Fast Company’s Fast 50 for its significant accomplishments and impact on the industry over the last ten years.
Morgan James is very selective in what it publishes, and one of the company’s rules of thumb is that the company will not publish anything the founder, David Hancock, would not be comfortable showing his two children, daughter Morgan Renee, and son Ethan James.
However, the company does not hesitate to publish titles outside the norm of the traditional publishing industry, such as Mark Joyner’s Confidential Internet Intelligence Manuscript, a $60 book of only 92 pages.