1] What is the genre of your work? (e.g. Academic, Fiction/Novels,
Inspirational Travel etc.)
2] Submit a synopsis or outline of entire write-up.
3] Submit 2-3 sample chapters (including chapter 1).
4] If available, provide a brief summary of marketing or promotional plan.
5] Submit your contact information (Name, postal address and telephone
Send these as an attachment to an email to
Following submission, manuscripts will be
assessed and if accepted, authors will be provided with further details and
informed about how to proceed with publishing.
Upon acceptance of your work, we work with you
throughout the publishing process, provide you with a variety of effective
book promotion suggestions and support you with book promotional materials.
If your manuscript is accepted we will inform
you about how to proceed with publishing.
Please note that at this stage there is no
obligation in this submission to commit you or us to entering into a
publishing agreement. All material sent to us is protected by copy right
Due to the volume of manuscripts that we
receive, we do not normally acknowledge receipt but aim to give feedback
within 2 - 6 weeks.
Our strength at Pneuma Springs is that we
offer a quality and personal service which makes the process of publishing
your book simple and uncomplicated for you. We help you get your book in
print and we make it accessible for order by bookshops, wholesalers, major
online bookstores etc.
All books published by Pneuma Springs are
eligible and can benefit from large distribution channels of wholesalers and
retailers subject to terms of service providers. A few mentioned
distribution channels are: Ingram, Bertrams, Amazon, Blackwell, Baker &
Taylor, Barnes & Noble, Gardners, Espresso Book Machine and many more.
We publish both Paper bound books and Ebook
formats and our publications can feature in the Ingram Advance Trade
Advertising, learn more about this when you contact us. In short we make the
whole publishing process hassle free and plain sailing for you.
Our goal is to attract, to develop and to retain the finest writers.