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Friday, October 29, 2010

Friday Spotlight: RaeLynn Blue


Why I Write for Beautiful Trouble Publishing

I’ve watched a lot of publishing companies come on the scene, open their doors wide, beckon authors and then disappear in the middle of the night—Crossroads, Venus, just to name a couple. So, even after ten years of spinning yarns and trying to find homes from them, I don’t normally select a new publishing company to send my works. My works are like my children—they require as much labor as does pushing one out of my womb. They’re born, they grow and when they’re adults, they go out into the world. So, understand when I say, I don’t place my titles just anywhere. I’ve got enough scars from being burned by other new publishers to last a lifetime.

I write for Beautiful Trouble Publishing for several reasons. The biggest reason is that I trust Jeanie and Jayha. They’re authors themselves and their company is author-friendly. They care about giving the author the professional and proper royalties, feedback, and marketing push. Beautiful Trouble Publishing doesn’t cut corners to save money at the author’s expense.

Beautiful Trouble Publishing’s mantra is “a dealer of superior read.” They mean to deliver it. It isn’t just some clever marketing ploy. In nearly every decision they make at BTP, they’re working on providing a superior read. Every title. Every author. Every time. I love that about their company. That’s not to say that my other publishers don’t attempt to provide a great, quality story for you. They do. But BTP is focused on involving the author in that process—and they do so in a manner that is both professional and respectful. This is why I write for Beautiful Trouble Publishing.

So, I encourage you, dear readers, to “lose your inhibitions. Grab your imagination. Join us on the adventure.”

RaeLynn Blue

1 comment:

Shauna said...

You're so right about the fly by night companies. Alot came and went. I'm glad you're happy where you are. I also wanted to let you know that I enjoyed your posts this week. I loved the vivacity and cadence of them, and look forward to reading your book.