What we write has power—not only to touch others, to change others, but to change ourselves…

New! We now offer publicity services!

How do I get published?

If you are new to the self or e-publishing industry, and you would like information on how to get started (or what to do next), contact us for a FREE publishing consultation! (Don’t forget to check out our free guide to self-publishing!)
We will discuss your manuscript and publishing goals, including:

  • Publishing expectations/Author Tasks/Budget
  • Pre-production needs (editing, book layout, content revision)
  • Distribution Types, including ebook publishing
  • Print options
  • Submission guidelines
  • Publishing timelines
  • Book sales/pricing/royalties
  • Publishing tools and resources (including technical help)

There are a steadily increasing number of publishing options from which to choose. This can be a confusing process, especially for beginning authors or for those seeking help with how to publish a book, or how to create an ebook. We will provide you with useful, up-to-date information regarding e-publishers for print; ebook retailers, such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Apple iBooks; and what to expect during the publishing process! Let us help!

Thank you for your interest in Integrative Ink!

For additional information not supplied here, please feel free to contact us directly by phone. You may also email scribe@integrativeink.com.

To reach us by telephone, you may call (941) 366-0111
Monday – Friday
10:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST.

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Writer’s Resources

Browse our select listing of e-publishers, short story publishers, and writing markets, including links to websites and information regarding traditional and self-publishing guidelines, services, and resources. Read more!

Our Philosophy

Learn about the creation of integrative ink and why we view writing as a potentially self-defining pursuit. Read more!