Handel’s African Books Network has been, as the punch line goes, Publishing and Connecting Africa for several decades past.
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Striding three cities from the South East region yet, for an online network, such locations seem just a trifle. As media chief Udemezue says, ‘the mission is to bring writers to the world wide web; it doesn’t matter from which part of the African region they come.’ Thus, although their single author clientele have seen seventy five percent of Nigerian writing, the Handelbook logo dots the cover and rights pages of academic journals and research issues in United Kingdom, Canada and North America. For instance, the Library of Critical Writing edited by the duo of Smith and Ce and marketing with African Books Collective is a major feature of this African tabloid.
In the words of the head of international operations, Dr Brown, ‘Our books have given boost to a renaissance of dynamic literature that will serve several generations to come.’ Boasting further, he claims: ‘We have demonstrated, over the years, our commitment to the vision of a continent aligned with the digital heritage of instant knowledge and information exchange with works that can earn their stay.
‘Our wake has seen a harvest of expressions evident from titles that have become important referrals in literature and culture. This distinction is further strengthened by our affiliation with Africa Research projects on world-wide web.’
What sounds like fixation on ‘world wide web’ is only their concentration on digitalising books for easy transmission. They call it the e-revolution!
The Handel eBook program
Since the year 2000 when they first launched the electronic book, the group have converted several important publications to eBooks, thereby boosting the reach of authors in today’s dynamic internet age. A writer may now explore the opportunity of increased commercial traffic for books using e-solutions aimed at aligning even the remotest continental region to the global network.
‘Our e-program is easy and cost-effective whereby you quickly reach readers through online bookstores,’ says Brenda, head of graphics. When you join this super highway of online solutions, our global research outlook will prod you onto the best cognitive growth in the region.’
Note well that Handelbooks do not come in the rough-ready pattern of printing in the popular market. As the chief explains: ‘Firstly, we will assist to proof, edit, and refine your work with the services of professional copy editors until the quality of your manuscript meets refereed standards. ‘Secondly, except where not necessary, we will assist with graphics. Our media team is among the bests,’ he adds. ‘Afterwards you may then proceed to publish your work on terms convenient for you.’ Convenient because, even on a modest budget, our African global network can link you with the latest affordable tech. Local presses are also on hand to bring cheaper printing services you can expect anywhere.
Publishing at Handel is that simple!
Hereto then in three simple steps, says the chief –
1. Have your manuscript reviewed
2. Consider our options
3. Get published and start selling!
do we make your work come alive!’
So? Get connected for the right price
Do you know that competitive book ventures now ensure that publishing adopts the most resilient methods of service? African Books Network will connect you to distribution schemes by which you track sales in real time. With online retainer outlets world round, Handelbooks offer their writers digital platforms aside from erstwhile traditional methodology that had virtually ground to a halt. ‘Now every one on deck is a hands-on interactive,’ says Ms Brenda. Such is the deal in line with publishing trend, ensuring that African writers are part of the information revolution of our age.
Earn a stamp of quality from us!
And so writers, as many as seek our stamp of quality purpose, can look forward to privileged assistance regarding world wide distribution of their valued creations at Africa’s prime book network today.
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