WritersWeekly Trivia Question for 03/09/2024

WritersWeekly Trivia Question for 03/09/2024

In the Feb 9 issue of WritersWeekly, we were asked the question of whether authors should allow Brilliant Books to showcase their books at Book Festivals. What rating does Brilliant Books have at the Better Business Bureau?

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2 Responses to "WritersWeekly Trivia Question for 03/09/2024"

  1. Dick Atkins  March 13, 2024 at 12:53 pm

    Thank you, Angela. I wish I had found you three years ago. It would have been able to save me enough to buy a small house or perhaps a Tesla. I will not tell you the total amount, because it is too embarrassing. I have had a series of six books that i later consolidated into one. And another that I was told was warmly received by a large Asian distributor. I gave them $8,500 to publish some books for this outlet. I am not sure sitting here of the actual number of books. That was about a year ago and they said that I received $7,900 in Royaltys payable last June. At the same time, they asked me to pay another $5,000 to get more books published for this outlet. That was last June. I have not seen any Royaltys from this company. I can find all of my books on all the major distributors, like Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books a Million and others. I assume they are a POD company. They have sent me some of my titles and I have to say they do a wonderful job with both Cover Art and the interior. I have sent emails to both my “Agent” and to her “Supervisor. I sent them multiple times and no replies. They have another manuscript that I need to pay for. I told both of them that when I get Royaltys I will continue with that project. I am sorry I have sent you this “novel.”

    • By Angela Hoy - Publisher of WritersWeekly.com  March 24, 2024 at 10:15 am


      Please email me the name of the publisher, the agent, the supervisor and their websites. They may be all one in the same. Definitely do NOT send them one more penny and don’t let them publish your future books!

      I’m at: angela@booklocker.com