Hi. Just found you by luck at hubpages.
My question is where do you publish your books, or can you suggest a publisher I can check because I am interested in publishing a fiction novel?
I publish with Focus, Phoenix, Abantu and East African Educational Publishers.
EAEP are more likely to be interested in novels sooner than the rest; Phoenix will publish Children's readers faster than the rest, and Abantu directs authors on what they want. If it is adult fiction start with EAEP then FOCS, Phoenix in that order. Abantu are not into novels yet. Then there are others like Oxford, KLB, Mcmillan, Longhorn etc. but I have no experience with them.
Hi,i would suggest you the Penguin books for publishing your fiction novels.Please check out the following link,hope it will help you.
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@ Emmanuel Kariuki, thank you for your reply. I will definitely try them and get published. By the way, have you tried online publishing?
Thank you leeba ann varghes, for the link.
If you have no look with the big publishers then take a look about on the internet as there are many options including self publishing sites. I like www.feedbooks.com and I've published a book of short stories there. They deal with e-book formats. Kindle will publish your work in there format as well. Whatever you decide to do don't give up. It took the likes of J.K.Rowling years to get her Harry Potter books on the shelves.
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