Our publishing packages
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Publish With Us
We currently offer a great range of publishing services at very competitive rates, We will work with you to get your book out for the world to read.More Info
Our bookshop has over 800 titles, We have many formats such as Paperback also many eBooks you can download and be reading in a few simple clicks.More Info
If you don't require self-publishing but just require your book printed, we can offer you very competitively priced print runs delivered to an address of your choiceMore Info
About Our Company
Authors OnLine is a UK-based family company that has been helping authors to self-publish, print and distribute books since 1997. Perfectly adapted to the new digital publishing age, we can deal with all your publishing requirements whether you require an eBook, or printed copies for worldwide distribution, or just for your own private use.
We are one of only four self-publishing companies recommended by The Artists and Writers Yearbook. We offer a range of packages to suit all levels of technical knowledge from Enhanced, Standard, and Basic Distribution Services, or we can offer a bespoke service to suit. Our books are printed in the UK, Australia and the USA giving us global distribution. We also offer Private Publication and, if you provide the print ready files, there are no setup fees you only pay for the books you order! eBooks, print on demand, and literary services, all available at competitive prices.
Click on the Publishing tab above for full details of all our self publishing packages and Call FREE on 0800 107 2423 for a brochure and to discuss your book with our friendly submissions staff.
Authors OnLine's and the world's oldest novelist, Ida Pollock died on 3rd December 2013 at the age of 105! Ida published 2 novels and her autobiography, (815) 964-6498 with Authors OnLine. She was a prolific writer and artist publishing over 120 novels in her career, mostly for Mills and Boon, often designing her own book covers. Married to Enid Blyton's ex-husband Major Hugh Pollock until his death in 1971, she leaves a daughter, Rosemary to whom we offer our deepest condolences. To read more about Ida visit her Wikipedia entry.