LitFire Publishing

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Template:Infobox publisher LitFire Publishing is an Atlanta-based provider of a wide range of self-publishing services, including design, editorial, marketing etc.[1] Founded in 2008, it started out as a publisher of eBooks.[2]

Overview

LitFire Publishing initially started out as a publisher of digital books. They have published over a hundred titles before they expanded their services in 2014, wherein they started offering writers the option to self-publish their books. They now help indie authors to self-publish books in physical form (paperback and hardcover) and in digital form (eBook).[3]

Operations

LitFire’s main headquarters is in Atlanta, Georgia. They are composed of writers, copy editors, marketing specialists, designers, and web developers who work together in making their books’ publication process and marketing campaigns run smoothly. In March of 2015, LitFire announced that they have started to embrace a telecommuting scheme, hiring home-based employees, such as writers and editors.[4]

Book publishing & marketing services

Richard Stephens, marketing manager of LitFire Publishing, gave away free custom-made shirts to their booth visitors.
Author of The Camouflaged Heart, Susie Guckin, visited LitFire's booth, where her book was on display, during the BookExpo America 2015

LitFire offers a Print-on-Demand service for authors who want printed copies of their book.[5] For digital publishing, authors are offered services like eBook publishing, eBook conversion, and eBook distribution.[6]

They sell publishing services for books from various categories like Thriller/Horror, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Religious/Inspiration, Crime Mystery, Children's Book, Historical, Poetry, Business/Personal Finance, and Self-Help/How-To. Other book genres that LitFire accepts are Autobiography, Biography, Juvenile Fiction, Translated Work, and Western.[7]

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