Thursday, March 15, 2012

Woo Hoo New Publisher in Town

I wanted to use today's blog to tell you about a new publishing company. It is seeking new authors. Details are below FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 15, 2012 Text Tailors LLC Now Open for Business and is Accepting Submissions from Unpublished Authors of Most Genres Carlette Ritter of Text Tailors LLC recently re-organized her writing and editing company Text Tailors LLC, to also include publishing. The Maryland –based company was created by Ritter, a local business owner, in 2009. Her dream was to create a publishing company comprised of women, about women. Text Tailors is a registered business as well as a Certified Minority Owned Business in good standing in the state of Maryland. At Text Tailors LLC, aspiring authors work with a team of professional editors, graphic design artists and public relations specialists who are dedicated to helping them achieve successful publication and distribution locally, nationally and globally. Currently the company is accepting submissions in all genres. Unpublished authors are encouraged to submit their manuscripts before the submission process closes. “This is a wonderful opportunity for a new author to have a shot at getting published,” Ritter said from her office in Charles County. “We look forward to finding the next diamond in the rough.” Text Tailors was established in 2009 by author and editor Carlette Ritter. Armed with a master’s degree in Organizational Development and experience in graphic design, Ritter initially created the company to offer writing and editing services and to work as a consultant to small business owners. After having her own novel published in early 2012, Ritter decided that she could do a better job for well deserving authors so she expanded Text Tailors LLC to include publishing services as well. To find out more information about Carlette Ritter and Text Tailors, contact: Carlette N. Ritter Text Tailors LLC 301-219-2142 ### Best of luck to Ms. Ritter and her colleagues. TTFN

1 comment:

  1. Ever since google took over they screw up the paragraphs and it becomes hard to read UGH.


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