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Palmer Higgs is a leading provider of book and eBook production services to the trade book publishing industry and self-publishing authors.
We also offer distribution and marketing services to self-published authors for printed books and eBooks. Our online bookstore Palmer Higgs Books is dedicated to promoting self-published books and we have arrangements with leading online and traditional retail book distributors.
Since 1994 we have produced many thousands of books – from textbooks used by thousands of Australian school children to memoirs intended only for family and friends. Our clients include major publishing houses such as Oxford University Press, business people wishing to share their expertise, fiction and non-fiction authors, children’s book writers and illustrators, and many, many more.
Our eBook creation, conversion and distribution services enable Australian self-publishing authors to benefit from the global increase in eBook sales and promote their book to a world-wide market. We are passionate about producing professional, quality books for everyone.
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Please click on the links below to download your distribution agreement. Book Distribution - Print book distribution to Australian bookstores and libraries
Why did you decide to write your book? I wanted to respond to that timeless question “what are the critical things I should do to achieve enduring success in my (workplace) life?" So I jotted down a few ideas then checked the relevant research and the rest is history.
Publishing for Indies can sometimes be a lonely experience full of uncertainties. We see our new blog for authors as being one way to share knowledge and experience with others
Homecountry by TW Lawless shows the strength of this Australian writers ability to produce a novel that not only captivates but puts you in a place of reality. TW Lawless entertains with humor, drama, love and a little bit of country lunacy
What was the most rewarding part of the writing process? That when I sat down at the computer the main characters began to interact with each other and came alive to me.