PRLog - May 4, 2012 - An agency that charters itself to assist independent writers (authors) to effectively publish and market their work has been formally launched.
The Authors Help Network, originally founded in December, 2011 now places itself into the mainstream forum of book publishing and marketing after taking itself on a three months test run which saw it successfully aiding dozens of authors in realizing their dreams.
Satisfied with its initial test-run, the agency formally launched itself at the end of April, 2012 offering a range of collaborative (donation only) services to authors, ranging from book layout and design, cover design, ebook conversion, children’s illustration, publishing, marketing, translation, and book fair promotions amongst other things.
The agency which interfaces with potential clients via its website at: http://www.authorshelp.net, maintains a clique of publishing consultants, advisors, marketing gurus, image illustrators, book content translators, web designers, and layout artists’, who are readily assigned to authors seeking various classes of services.
Visitors to the site can either opt to request service support via the live support client facility that is usually available eighteen hours a day, or via the service evaluation forms that is integrated into various convenient areas of the website.
Technically, clients can only make donations as there is not an official service charge for the facilities offered to persons benefitting from the facilities that has been made available to them by the Authors Help Network.
To access the network, please visit: http://www.authorshelp.net,