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The Case of Rebecca Costa

In today’s market place, which is challenging for non-fiction writers, success stories such as that of Rebecca Costa still exist. Read on to find out the “real story” behind her book The Watchman’s Rattle.
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The Case of Alex Haley

Remarketing a book after it has been in mass markets for decades is challenging and risky for any publisher. Read on to find out the success story and the victory of this uphill battle.

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The Case of H.W. Janson

Read on to see how perseverance aided in preserving the copyright value of a book that proved to be more than its weight in gold.

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The Case of Linda Goodman

For a book to reach its full potential while retaining the maximum rights’ benefits for its author is a conundrum. Read on to see how we overcame the impossible to find success for ourselves and our client.

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The Case of Bill Bradley

When a client is growing tremendously in the political arena, an advance payment can cause a lot of controversy damaging the client’s image. Read on to see how a no advance payment proved to be better in the long run.

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The Case of William Safire

Standing up to a publisher is risky for anyone who is trying to find a buyer for his work. Read on to see how taking a risk and changing sources help find someone who has as much faith in your work as you do.

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The Case of Roger Tory Peterson

A client who puts in significant efforts to create works of art requires a publisher who can recognize the importance of its licensing potential. Read on to see how we were able to create the ultimate book in the field of birding.

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