Application to have your book listed with us
If you have a book that you would like to showcase on the INCA Publishing site or would just like a chat, then please get in touch via ContactUs at IncaProject co uk.
If you already have a stock of your books cluttering up your garage, we provide a free marketing outlet but we may need to see a copy of your book before we accept you into the family. If you haven't got it ready yet, but do want to get it printed, there are a few simple stages we will go through with you:
Stage 1: We can provide a full service to help you edit and format your book. Initial consultation will be free, and there are resources on the INCA pages to help you with the formatting etc. If you wish to have us professionally edit and format your work, this may be chargeable, although simply formatting your manuscript for printing will probably be free. We also do a free e-book version if you engage this facility. If you only want to create an e-book, we can provide a formatted version for direct uploading, or at minimal cost depending on the state of your manuscript.
Stage 2: Once you have your files ready for printing, you can upload them yourself to many mainstream outlets. The contract is then directly between you and them, along with all the royalties.
Stage 3: To have us advertise your book on the INCA site, you will need to go to PayPal and set up an account. They provide a simple form to make a 'pay now' button. You then send us the code they provide, and we post it on the INCA site for you.
Stage 4: After that, when people click on this site to buy, they are directed to PayPal, the money goes to you, and you ship directly to the customer. We don't take any commission.
Stage 5: We ask if you would have a look at the existing INCA books for sale on this site and consider buying anything that takes your fancy. This will help out all the other authors, and you, of course, will get similar purchases.
There are a number of advantages to using this method.
1. You are in direct touch with your reader.
2. You keep ALL of your income.
3. You get rid of stock you have collected at home.
4. You can choose your own selling price.
5. If you run low on books, you can restock through the distributor or printer via their print on demand facility.
1. You do have to choose your printing outlet, but we will guide you through the process.
2. If your sales take off, you will become very busy.
3. You may have to go to the post office a lot.
To conclude, this process will work for a low number of sales, and you can send repeat orders off to the printer when your stock gets low, but really if your book starts to sell in large quantities, will this be a problem? Conventional publishers will be flocking to your door.