Rights, camera .... action!
Do you want your book discovered by a mainstream publisher? Would it be ideal for adaptation into film or TV? Perhaps a stage production?
If you think this is the right path for your book, then you may want to consider licensing.
This is especially true if you have self-published and don't have experienced media experts on-hand to guide your book to another level.
Fortunately, PublishNation can help as we have teamed up with a leading specialist in this field to help make your book available worldwide to publishers and producers.
This is where self-publishing now becomes an advantage, because you own the rights to your book and only you can decide how your work can be reproduced.
What is licensing for self-published writers?
This is the process where you advertise the rights to your book and invite others to bid for the right to adapt your work into other forms of media. This may include:
Print, Digital, Translation, Audio, Film, TV, Stage, Radio, Large Print, Anthology and Quotation, Digest, and Serialisation.
How to license your work
The easiest way to license your book is to join an established and respected provider of licensing information to numerous media organisations.
PublishNation can suggest a British firm that offers assistance to independent writers with this process. IPR License already boasts an extensive catalogue of works and offers the opportunity for your book to be listed too.
How much will it cost?
The standard price to have your book listed by IPR License is £99 plus VAT. However, PublishNation has agreed a special rate that will secure a 20 per cent discount if you initially contact their experts via ourselves. So please email David at PublishNation for more assistance:
You will then be guided through the licensing process to help ensure your book is easily available to the right people who need to find it.