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Why to have your manuscript published by SVERDYSH Publishing House? Point one. Writers have always been around, are around now and will always be around. Since it is the human nature, isn’t it? “And, as imagination bodies forth The forms of things unknown, the poet’s pen Turns them to shapes, and gives to airy nothing A local habitation and a name.” William Shakespeare (1564 - 1616). A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1595 - 6). Point two. Writers always need a gateway to their readers. But how to have your book published? It has always been a problem and is still a problem nowadays. “When my sonnet was rejected, I exclaimed, ‘Damn the age; I will write for Antiquity!” Charles Lamb (1775 - 1834). Letter to B.W. Proctor 22 January 1829. Point three. In this digital age, for the writer, there are no ways going around being digital. ‘Back to paper? Are you pooling my leg?’, smiles a reader without tearing away her eyes from an iPad’s screen. That is where SVERDYSH Publishing House comes in, offering solutions to the writer. It is a publisher which neither rejects, nor strikes out your talent, nor patronise you whatsoever. Publish your book immediately, NOW! And it is absolutely FREE, money is not involved at all. Artist and money are not compatible anyway, they never mingle, like oil and water. How many of his own pictures managed to sell Van Gogh during his life? Not a single one! Not a massive business success for sure. And not a bad company, isn’t it? SIMPLICITY ITSELF! PRESS “PUBLISH” BUTTON – AND YOUR MANUSCRIPT HAS TURNED INTO A BOOK JUST IN FRONT OF YOUR EYES! YOU CAN’T GET IT WRONG, SINCE THERE ARE NO ANY OTHER BUTTONS. SVERDYSH Publishing House HAS ONLY ONE BUTTON. AND THIS BUTTON IS SO BIG THAT YOU JUST CAN’T MISS IT. THIS ONE AND ONLY BUTTON IS CALLED “PUBLISH”.To make things happen, you need to download SVERDYSH Publishing House:
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