We are a publishing team of editors and graphic designers, partnered with global
printers and distribution centers.
We publish B&W and color paperbacks, hardcovers, and all e-book formats.
The books are then made available for bookstores to order as easily as they do all their other inventory, offering them the same wholesale discount and returnability they expect. Our authors maintain full rights to their creative work, and we impose no order minimums whatsoever.
BOOK PUBLISHING MADE EASY
If you're looking for an easy and affordable way to publish your book, we're here to help.
The problem with self-publishing websites like KDP (previously known as CreateSpace), for example, is that they only make your book available online, not through actual bookshops (even when they tell you that they will). You see, bookstores need to find your title listed in the same database and directory from which they order all their inventory, and they need to have it offered to them with the same expected wholesale discount as everything else in their store (a minimum of 40% - 55% off the retail price, for example, returnable, and so on). Unfortunately, online self-publishing websites and many independent publishers only extend a 10-25% discount to bookstores, which isn't enough for them to consider carrying your title (especially if it's non-returnable). We, on the other hand, make sure your book is available for both retailers and readers alike.
Once your book is published, you will receive royalties on a monthly basis. You do not need to sign your life-savings away to be a published author, nor give up the rights to your own creative work. Our four-step process is painless, extremely affordable, and very easy to understand.
Wow!!! I am amazed. Thank you! I am so excited and a bit stunned."— A. Genova
"Wonderful to work with! I encourage all authors to collaborate with Hawkeye Publishers. You won’t be sorry."
Bookstores take me seriously and say how nice it is that my book is available through Ingram, discounted, and with the return policy offered." —J. Smith