Cambridge BrickHouse, Inc., a U.S. publishing company located north of Boston, Massachusetts, gives you the possibility of publishing your book in any genre or language.
Coedition is, without a doubt, one of the best options for contemporary writers.
The Freedom to Decide
You are the one who decides whether or not to publish. You are completely free to make all decisions regarding your work. A writer, editor, or director cannot reject a good book on false pretexts. The only reason that we would reject your work is that it is of poor literary quality. In that case, we would be completely honest with you and help you make the best decision about how to proceed.
The Process is Quick
Most publishing companies work within a time frame of 18 months to 2 years assuming they accept your book. You do not want to wait this long to publish your work. A coedition may take as little as 4 to 6 months.
You Control the Process
In a coedition, you are actively involved in the entire publishing process. The editors will suggest the necessary changes and will consult with you about the decisions they make at every stage. This is a dynamic and interactive process between the author and the publisher, allowing you to maintain control over your work.
Your Work Still Belongs to You
In a coedition, your work belongs to you at all times. With a traditional publishing house, however, your book does not belong to you for X number of years. By assuming all the costs, traditional publishers gain almost all the rights to your work. They make the decisions about its design, stock, binding, etc., and they can decide not to reprint (if it is not profitable, they won't reprint, and you cannot reprint yourself). In a coedition, you are the owner of your book. You are free to submit it to other publishers or enter it in literary contests.
The Profit is Greater
In a coedition, you are entitled to the majority of the copies. You can earn 80% of the book's sale price (or 100% of the profit). The profit you earn from the sale of your copies is yours. With a traditional publisher you would only receive five to ten percent of the royalties. If a publisher covers all of the costs, you do not risk anything, but you also do not gain anything. If your book sells for 10 dollars, for example, you will receive one dollar for each copy sold. In a coedition, if you pay two dollars for each book to cover part of the costs and your book sells for 10 dollars, you earn 8 dollars per copy (this means 80% of the sale price and 100% of the profit).