Vanity publishers must not be confused with subsidy publishers.
Vanity publishers advertise all over. You probably know where to find them.
If you have a book ready to be published (at your expense), start by ridding the typescript of flaws you cannot see because you have seen it too often. You need someone objective to spot errors in punctuation, grammar, spelling, and—why not say it outright?—reasoning.
Not far from where you live, there is a retired English teacher living on a pittance. Telephone a high school and make arrangements. This will personalize everything and save you money.
Wingate & Wingate, Writers recommends a prestigious and efficient subsidy publisher. Go to www.adamspress.com for an excellent experience.
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