Since we started GC Productions site nearly a month ago, we’ve had around 4-5 hits per day. No big deal compared to the 2600 hits I had last month on my site regarding the Wild Hearts book, written by 14-year-old Kody. So I thought I would put in a plug for this new site.
Gun and Cannonball was created by Kody and a computer whiz kid named Liam. It’s purpose is to help other kid-writers (or adults) become published authors. Granted this site is only for those serious enough to actually start a book and finish it. The service we provide is not free. It takes time to revise, type-set and then print and bind your book. You may have a 50 page book or over 200 pages, so costs for each particular project will vary.
For instance, we now have our first client, a writer from Florida, who has written a book of short stories. He is sending us his manuscript, so the next step is to type-set his book to give us a total page count. Once we have that, we then check with our printer to see what it will cost for the number of books our client ordered. Then we determine how much editing we have to put into this book, and come up with a total price. If our client is willing to make that investment, the show is on.
So, if you have a book that needs to see the light of day, check out our site or email us to inquire about what services we offer. For you writers wanting to submit something to us, send your manuscript to: GC Productions, 6139 Kearney Ave. Lincoln, NE. 68507. Any questions, please email me at: email@example.com