I was initially impressed with Authorhouse, but the post-publishing experience was less than satisfactory. Plus also they over-priced my book 'RAVENFEAST' (see my 'RAVENFEAST' page). The book buyer for English Heritage was unable to get a deal from them for bulk purchases and so I was rendered unable to go to their Battle Abbey Site in Sussex (the battle of Hastings, October 14th, 1066) for the 945th anniversary to sign books.
For the publication of 'OVERTHROWN' I went to New Generation, cheaper service (half Authorhouse price!), better deal and more realistically priced book. Plus also a marketing page to e-mail to the media - including e-mail addresses - with the marketing package (postcards, business cards and bookmarks).
I'm taking 'OUTCAST' to New Generation in the New Year, 2013, no hesitation... And I shall re-release 'RAVENFEAST' through them later in the year, with a view to taking it and its 'successors' to Battle Abbey for the 947th anniversary weekend. A large part of 'RAVENFEAST' is set on Caldbec Hill, named by the Normans as 'Senlac' or 'Sanguelac' ('lake of blood'), something I don't think Authorhouse appreciated!