Jane Beck’s Publishing Experience

There are many things to consider when you decided to publish a book, not the least of which is whether to self-publishing or pursue a traditional publishing deal. In Jane Beck’s case, the former beat the latter to the punch; one letter and phone call later, she had a contract for To Venice with Love with the AuthorHouse Book Publishing Company.

AuthorHouse Author Jane Beck

AuthorHouse Author Jane Beck says Venice “has to be the most romantic city in Europe.”

For Jane, the entire process (editing, design and printing) only took about six months—much faster than traditional publishing.
Jane believes that AuthorHouse’s commitment to social networks, as well as its frequent contact with authors, keeps them “a step ahead of the game.”

To Venice with Love is available as an e-book from both the AuthorHouse bookstore and Amazon.com. See how a chance encounter in a Heathrow departure lounge changes Rupert’s and Isobel’s lives forever!

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