Writing. Publishing. Promoting.
These are the three essential steps an author must make to successfully sell a book.
Open Door Publications understands that authors are passionate about their work – but not always passionate about the work it takes to promote and market their book. That’s why we work with authors in every stage of book writing and publishing – from the first time author who says, “I have an idea and I don’t know how to get started,” to experienced authors with one or more books under their belts who need assistance with marketing plans to sell more books.
We offer personal service at each stage of the process. Many of our clients are coaches, consultants, entrepreneurs and speakers who vary from first time authors to those who have published several books. Our boutique agency methodically helps you to stretch your boundaries and expand your ideas to achieve your publishing goals.
Email us today to find out more about how we can help you write your book.
To say it has been a pleasure working with Open Door Publications is an understatement. Karen understood my anxiety and fear over publishing Never Settle For Less, which I had been writing on and off for years. She gave me the encouragement I needed. Karen was especially patient with my corrections, changes and concerns. She established a relationship with me, educated me on the process of storytelling, book publishing, and was always supportive and willing to put that extra time into listening. I feel confident with my work in her hands, her comments about the quality of my work, and her suggestions for publishing and marketing the book. Good overall experience!
Thank you Karen!
If they say a good story is one that comes full circle, then prepare to take a turn with me. I was first introduced to Open Door Publications when I met Karen Hodges Miller some eight years ago. I was looking for an editor to help spruce up my middle grade adventure story when I found a friend as giddy to see my book ‘make it big’ as I was. Karen screamed in glee with me as I headed to NYC and had three agents request partials, and she was equally excited to learn that a house wanted to sign me – the dream was coming true! And did (insert full circle). I signed with someone who cared about my novel, my vision, myself. I signed with Karen.