Do you have a book in you? Have you dreamed of seeing your family history in print? Perhaps someone in your family has written poetry or short stories that you’d like to preserve and share with extended family and future generations.
What about that novel in your head that you think others would enjoy but you just don’t quite know how to get into print? Maybe yours is a book of helpful hints for parents or homeowners or people in specialized fields.
Good Shepherd Publications is here to serve people like you. Whatever publishing project you have in mind, we would love to discuss how we could help you get your book into print, and ultimately into the hands of readers.
Good Shepherd Publications offers a variety of self-publishing services to help you publish your own book, including:
- Professional interior book formatting for print and digital
- Text design flow
- Basic proofreading
- Book cover design
- … and more!
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We specialize in providing professional layout and text design flow for faith-based author’s manuscripts, as well as guidance through the entire publication process, so that your words of wisdom, faith, struggle, and joy can uplift and inspire your readers from all walks of life for generations to come.
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Request additional information and/or a quote for your book project. Just let us know what format or file type your book is currently in, and the approximate word or page count, and whether or not you have a cover already designed. Please send us a sample chapter or a brief description of your book, so that we can provide you an accurate quote.
From the Author of Runaway Buggy
“My husband grew up Amish, and for many years we dreamed of writing a book based on his wild and crazy teenage years. When we finally wrote Runaway Buggy, we were halfway to where we needed to be—we had a manuscript, but how would it end up in a book? That’s where Charity Walton with Good Shepherd Publications stepped in. She made the rest happen. She took our typed words and turned them into a book we were proud to share and sell. Runaway Buggy was a self-publishing smash hit, and led to nine more Amish novels. I can’t thank Charity enough for playing such a significant role in our self-publishing business!”