Our online and print publication service offer various combinations of our publishing, editorial, and marketing services for a truly customised publishing experience. With EduPedia Publications, you can choose the self-publishing package that best suits your publishing goals.
√ Book Formatting
√ Book Promotion
√ Book Release or Press Release
√ Conference Sponsorship
√ Editing and Formatting Service
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Don’t let your language get you rejected: Poor English is one of the most common reasons for rejection. You can avoid this by having your manuscript proofread or edited.
English Language Editing
Ensure that your work is written in correct scientific English before submission. We will handle the language editing and make sure that your paper is free of grammatical, spelling, and other common errors.
This option goes a step further than our existing English Language Editing service by providing you with the most advanced language editing package available.
Let our experts take care of translating your paper or presentation from or into Chinese, Portuguese, Spanish, Arabic, Turkish, Russian, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean and many more languages.
Let our scientific and medical illustrators create professional images for your research paper, presentation, or book.
Books Publishing Services?
- Pre-publishing guidance to help authors get started.
- Publishing expertise including editorial, design, illustrations and more.
- Distribution through some of the most widely shopped online book retailers such as Amazon.com, BN.com and Apple’s iBooks Store.
- Formatting available in paperback, hardcover and e-book.
- Book marketing services including publicity, video, Internet promotion and more.
We are looking for authors and institutes who are interested in publishing their monographs, National and International conference proceedings and new Journals.
1.1 Publishing Activities :
After you submit your manuscript, a production editor will be assigned to your work. That person will work closely with you and various production specialists to ensure that your paper moves through the following stages of production as smoothly as possible.
1.2 Copy editing :
A copy editor will edit your manuscript electronically, line by line, using the revisions (track changes) feature in MS Word. You will then be e-mailed the copyedited manuscript and have an opportunity to review the edits, answer queries, and make any necessary changes before typesetting. In case of no change, your manuscript will be sent to the next step
1.3 Type setting :
The edited manuscript is laid out in pages and will be sent to the author, a proofreader and usually any contributors to the book.
1.4 Proof reading :
The page proofs are read not only by the author but also by a professional proofreader, who corrects errors and defects in the copyediting stage. Authors and the proofreader will return the corrected proof to the production editor, who submits it to the typesetter for correction. The production editor then reviews the revised proofs to ensure that all corrections have been made. If an author’s material is perfect, then it will be sent to the next step.
1.5 Printing :
The printed book can be purchased as and when required. Our printing partner will ensure that your published books or thesis researches you within a week.
EduPedia Publications India’s digital and print-on-demand (POD) technology, we offer you both traditional and revolutionary book formats of the highest possible quality.
Book Formatting and TypeSetting
EduPedia Publications book is available as an e-book. E-books are compatible with different e-reading devices and can be downloaded from online bookstores such as Google and Amazon.
EduPedia Publications converts all manuscripts submitted are processed into trade paperback format. Then, through digital print-on-demand (POD) technology, we print them on high-quality, acid-free, book-grade opaque paper stock.
Great content may be lost on the reader if it is not presented in a readable fashion. Our formatting services helps your content put its best foot forward. Formatting service is available across languages.
Our standard formatting service takes care of title page, standard copyright page, table of content, chapter headings, appropriate fonts, paragraph styles etc. If you have any specific requirements, mention it while ordering the service.
Formatting charges for English and Hindi manuscripts start at Rs.5 per formatted page (minimum Rs.1000/-). The manuscript should primarily be text but can include upto 5 images. Additional images are charged at Rs.10 per image.
Manuscript with several tables, images or equations cost more. Please send us a sample of your manuscript to get a quote.
Manuscript to be submitted for formatting
Before submitting the manuscript for formatting, please ensure that the content is absolutely final. Any changes made later would be charged extra depending on amount of effort needed. Ensure that everything that needs to get into the interior of the book, including any preface, foreword, dedication page, references are present in the book. Any images used in the book need to be provided separately in high resolution.
For Getting Quote for Formatting Send us an Email with your Manuscript to
Mention in the subject line. Book for formatting.
Books without pre-orders will be posted in the new release section of the blog as they are released. The release dates are also subject to change. I post them as they are when I find them. If you notice a change, just comment and let me know!
A book press release is an important part of your marketing effort, you know it, I know it, the guy next door knows it. With the right mindset and an understanding of industry conventions, you can write a magnetic press release that is too good to pass up.
But, first things first.
Let’s talk about the format of your press release. Format is crucial and is not to be underestimated. If you get the format right, you are halfway there.
Download a book press release template give at the end
You can download my preferred book press release template at the bottom of this article.
Now, I wouldn’t want you to go away without completely understanding how to correctly format a press release so here are a few tips to kick start your inner pr officer:
1. Keep it short and sweet
A good press release demonstrates word economy so make sure you don’t waffle. Stick to one A4 page or approximately 400 words if it is in the body of an email.
2. Headlines and email subject lines
Think of your headline as your first impression. A great headline promises the reader that it is worth their time to keep reading.
Headlines should be bold, brief and eye-catching.
If you are emailing a press release, copy and paste your headline into the subject line of the email. Just to clarify, your headline will be in the subject line as well as in the body of the email. Whatever you do, don’t put things like, “Read this” or “Latest news from me” in the subject line as it will look like spam.
3. Include links to images
I cannot stress this point enough. You need to make it easy for journalists to publish your press release so give them everything they need right from the start.
Make sure that you have a clear head and shoulders shot of yourself as well as a clear image file of your book cover available.
Don’t send these image files as attachments as they run the risk of being blocked by internal servers as spam. It’s better to include a line above the headline saying something like, “High resolution photos available from <your website> or <email>”.
4. Date and city
Remember to date the news release at the start so the journalist can see how old or new the story is. It is also customary to include your city next to the date.
5. The first paragraph
The first paragraph should sum up your story in about 50-100 words. You don’t have very much time to get to the point so make every word count. Avoid including boring self-promotion and focus instead on the 5 W’s: Who, What, Where, When and Why. These questions will get to the point of your story in no time.
6. Subsequent paragraphs
In the next two or three paragraphs you can add more detail to substantiate your headline and introduction. Remember, your headline promised the reader that it would be worthwhile to read your release so now is your chance to keep your promise.
7. Quotes add value
Including a quote in your press release adds value and an extra dimension. You could include a quote from a review, a reader, a blogger or even from yourself. Be very careful when considering which quote to include as it should not be too self-promotional.
Remember, your quote is the only part of your release that the journalist cannot change or edit, so use it wisely.
Your final paragraph should be a succinct and informative boilerplate. A boilerplate is typically 3 or 4 sentences long and acts as a mini-biography. This is your chance to include a few interesting snippets about yourself, touching on your passions and inspirations.
You can also include links to relevant articles (like previous published work) and associated websites.
9. Do not include your press release as an attachment or PDF
Attachments and PDFs can just get clumsy and are best avoided. When emailing a press release, you need to keep it simple by having the headline in the subject line and the rest of the release in the body of the email.
Remember, you want to make it as easy as possible for journalists to find what they need.
10. The end
Signify the end of your press release by adding “ENDS” at the bottom of the main content. Below this is where you should provide contact details such as your name, address, email, phone number and any other relevant information.
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