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Partnership Publishing with Jelly Bean Books – an affiliate Candy Jar imprint.

• Have you always wanted to be an author?
• Have you longed to write a book and get it published?

Our partnership publishing package can turn your manuscript into a marketable book. This route combines the benefits of self-publishing with the advantages of traditional publishing.

Jelly Bean Books is keen to develop new titles across a range of genres. Whether your idea is fiction, non-fiction, crime, thriller, science fiction, children's (or anything in between!) we'd love to hear from you.

We provide professional support to all titles accepted on the programme, from initial guidance on the first draft through to publicising and marketing of the final book. Our scheme is very competitive and we always work closely with our authors, respecting the time and effort that has been put into their idea.







How self-publishing works



Unlike traditional publishing, authors published under this partnership receive and retain all p
rofits from the sales of their books. Once commissioned to produce your book, members of the professional Candy Jar team work hard to make the manuscript the best it can be – since we are putting our name to, and investing our time in the title we are professionally obligated to produce a book we are as proud of as the author.

Together we agree how many books to print based on your budget and potential sales. Since the author covers the cost of printing you receive all copies to sell at a price that will ensure you recoup all your costs, dramatically reducing the financial risk.


Interested?





If you want to see your book in print, click the button below.





Alternatively, send us your submission via email. Please attach a sample of the work and include a brief synopsis. Jelly Bean submissions can be sent to jellybean@candyjarbooks.co.uk

We look forward to reading your work!

 

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Rosemary Chaloner

Wandering Down a Welsh Lane
Elizabeth Cunningham

Morgan's Magic Moon
Christopher Parry

The Cloud That Couldn't Cry
Laura Shire

'Twas the Night Before... a Welsh Christmas
Linda Paffey

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