Are you a pre-published writer with the dream of seeing your name in print?
Are you a multi-published author with out-of-print books?
Or are you a traditionally published author who wants to write in a genre that doesn’t work for your publisher?
Award-winning author Miralee Ferrell founded Mountain Brook Ink in 2014 to fill a need in the publishing industry. “We are asking the Lord to bring the authors and manuscripts that we can believe in and bless,” she says.
While defined as a small press, Mountain Brook Ink is not a self-publishing company. “There is no charge for authors to publish with us, other than taking care of their edit,” Miralee explains. The publisher pays for the proofreading, cover, formatting, uploading, and printing and will help authors with promotion and publicity. Authors can even purchase their print copies at cost.
Traditionally published authors can also work with Mountain Brook Ink to release their out-of-print books in e-book and paperback formats, thus realizing a higher royalty rate than they originally received.
Miralee accepts fiction in two general areas. The first is inspirational fiction in almost any genre (except children’s fiction). The second is general-market fiction. Although by definition it doesn’t have a faith thread, it must nevertheless be clean and contain no sexual content or offensive language. Learn more from Mountain Brook Ink’s submission guidelines.
As a representative for Mountain Brook Ink, Miralee Ferrell will be available to meet with authors at the Northwest Christian Writers Renewal. Because she is a recent addition to our slate of editors, she is handling her own appointment scheduling, and instead of meeting with conferees in group appointments, she will schedule 20-minute, one-on-one appointments for both days of the conference.
After studying what she’s interested in, you may contact Miralee through her website to set up an appointment to pitch your novel in the genres listed above. Instead of sending a proposal at that point, simply state in the comment section that you’re coming to the conference and would like to make an appointment with her.
If you haven’t yet registered for the Renewal, there’s still time. Sign up today!
Diana Savage, a graduate of Northwest University and Bakke Graduate University, sold her first article when she was still in college, and she’s been writing ever since. Now the principal at Savage Creative Services, LLC, she is also director of the Northwest Christian Writers Renewal conference. Her latest book is 52 Heart Lifters for Difficult Times.