PRLog - Aug. 16, 2010 - DALLAS -- Daniel J. Gansle, author of the books, Rapture Redux: Living With Hope and Purpose (2007) and Your World, Your Future, & Bible Prophecy (2007) is selling full rights to his books to interested parties in the publishing, film, and/or television industries.
Who currently owns the rights to Mr. Gansle's books?
In a traditional book publishing arangement, the Publisher ordinarily retains full rights to the book. This means the Publisher is granted full ownership of the intellectual property and retains full control over decisions regarding book layout, content, and editing. However both of Mr. Gansle's books, Rapture Redux and Your World, Your Future, & Bible Prophecy were published via Print on Demand (POD) - a method selected due to its environmentally-
Why is the Author selling the rights to his books?
Selling the rights to Rapture Redux and Your World, Your Future, & Bible Prophecy opens the doors to increased distribution and exposure. The selected method of publishing is useful in many ways, particulary from an eco-friendly standpoint. However because of changing practices in the publishing industry, the timely and fascinating topics raised in these books have encountered a degree of difficulty in finding their way into the arena of public discussion. Thus, selling book rights to interested parties will result in a wider distribution not simply of books but also original ideas up for debate amongst religious and laypeople alike.
Who would benefit from purchasing book rights?
Traditional publishers have a ready-made book that has been professionally edited and tested for public interest which remains high (particularly as we move toward the prophetic year 2012). Producers and those in the TV and film industries benefit from the myriad of concepts and ideas presented in the books from a biblical and technological perspective including the mysterious event in Christendom called the Rapture; what the Bible has to say about UFOs and extra-terrestrials;
Adding to the public debate over the interpretation of eschatology in Bible prophecy, Rapture Redux was featured on The History Channel's Nostradamus Effect ("Satan's Army," aired November 11, 2009 and "The Rapture," aired December 16, 2009) along with commentary from Daniel J. Gansle. The author has also engaged the public through book signings and speaking events held at Borders and Barnes and Noble bookstores.
For further information regarding the sale of book rights, please contact Daniel J. Gansle using the email provided below.
Look Inside Your World, Your Future, & Bible Prophecy on Amazon.com (Full Excerpt)
Look Inside Rapture Redux: Living With Hope and Purpose in the Last Days on Amazon.com (Full Excerpt)
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Daniel J. Gansle is an independent researcher, freelance journalist, technical writer, and the author of several books elucidating modern prophetic thought including 2012: Day of Reckoning, Rapture Redux, and Your World, Your Future, & Bible Prophecy. He has spoken on the topic of prophecy in world religion extensively at book signing events, on radio shows, and on The History Channel’s Nostradamus Effect ("Satan's Army," aired November 11, 2009 and "The Rapture," aired December 16, 2009). Mr. Gansle holds a University degree in Cultural Anthropology with a concentration in Mesoamerican studies. He currently resides in Dallas, Texas.