As far as publishing teams go, I struck pure gold with Beaver’s Pond Press. The entire team made me feel like I was their only author. Their attention to detail, wild creativity, and sharp insights helped take my book to the top 100 on Amazon in my specific category, at one point cracking the top 10. I never dreamed my first book would be a bestseller.
I thoroughly enjoyed the entire publishing process provided by Beaver's Pond Press,
from my first contact to receiving the finished product. They’re so honest and knowledgeable. They really know how to help an author produce a book of high quality.
Their enthusiasm for my project from day one made me confident Beaver's Pond Press was the right publisher for me. They helped me through the process every step of the way. My team provided sound guidance, helping me create a book that I'm proud of and that readers are embracing. Looking forward to working together again!
Beaver's Pond has literally made my dream come true. Every single person that works there cares as much about my book as I do. It's been an amazing experience!
Beaver's Pond Press offers quality editorial, design (book cover and interior layout), proofreading, and printing services, together with step by step guidance and management throughout the process of publishing your book. Staff is exceptionally helpful, knowledgeable, available, and always a joy to work with. The end product rivals or exceeds anything put out by a New York publishing house. Highly recommended!
There are many fine places where you can anonymously crank out a book.
Beaver’s Pond Press isn’t one of them.
If we were, we’d have a hipper name.
So heads up: If you want to publish here, we'll have to get to know each other, even if we never meet in person. If we don't get to know each other, how else will your book become excellent?
We speak author
Beaver's Pond Press
7108 Ohms Lane
Edina, Minnesota 55439
Turning interesting people into independent authors since 1998.
Why no rate sheets? Why no package deals? Why no mile-long contracts? With nearly 900 books to our name, shouldn't we have this whole publishing thing down to a science?
Well, we don't.
Because this is not a science. It's an art.
And that applies to science books, too.