I'm in a Christian Indie group with Christina Tarabochia, Co-Founder of Ashberry Lane Press, and I knew she'd be the perfect person to explain how small presses help their authors. These days, as many authors investigate options outside traditional publishing, small publishers are a very competitive option and bring unique benefits.
This interview was so informative and I hope you take time to ask Christina any questions below in the comments! ~Heather Day Gilbert
|Christina Tarabochia and her mother, Sherrie Ashcraft, |
Co-Founders of Ashberry Lane Press
|On the Threshold, Winner of the Oregon Cascade Award|
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When we do have to say no to a manuscript, we try to offer very specific reasons why and offer to look at the piece again if those changes are made.
~Nice, tight, no-personal-space-bubble Point of View. Let me become the character and live the book, please.
~Word counts that fit our guidelines: http://ashberrylane.com/submissions-guidelines/
~A story that touches our heart and points the reader toward a better understanding of and closer relationship with the Lord. This can be in any genre, even Sci Fi or Humor. It just has to fit our Tagline: Heartfelt Tales of Faith (& Fun!).