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CONTACT INFO:

While you can reach Timberlake Press through the U.S. mail at Box 129, Woodland Hills, CA 91365, email is preferred — please!  info@timberlakepress.com.

 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS for Timberlake Press

Timberlake Press does not accept submissions. Books published by Timberlake Press are selected from those that have been evaluated and/or edited through Cary Editorial and Book Consulting (www.sylviacary.com), and, from now on, only those that focus on the topic of drug and alcohol addiction will be selected. To include the other addictions would be overwhelming, so we’re sticking to drugs and alcohol — non-fiction books, workbooks, memoirs.

Being published by Timberlake Press means 1) your book has a loving home; 2) you get to use the Timberlake Press imprint; 3) you get to call Timberlake Press your publisher; 4) information about you and your book will be attractively displayed; and, 5) you can refer potential book-buyers and media to the Timberlake Press website when they want more information about you and your book. There are handy links to your online bookseller so people can order your book with just one click .

Hopefully, Timberlake Press will come be seen as a publisher that specializes in quality and helpful books on drug and alcohol addiction, books that add something significant to the existing body of knowledge on the subject.

Each Timberlake Press author is responsible for filling out the online forms for CreateSpace, IngramSpark, Kindle, or whatever online bookstore they choose, so that their royalties go directly to them, most likely deposited into a business bank account set up for this purpose. Timberlake Press has nothing to do with royalties.  Authors are also responsible for setting the price of their book, buying their own ISBN number, and for ordering copies of their own book for personal use (using their bookseller’s author discount). — Sylvia Cary, President

 

 

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