Posted on 28th Apr 2011 @ 1:07 PM
The New York Publisher announced on Monday that they are interested in representing new authors who have written great history/fantasy novels in the manner of Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings franchise. “Although we are not accepting any new novels for 2011, we remain on the lookout for a great history/fantasy novel,” said CEO Usher Morgan.
The relatively new book publisher has a rapidly expanding portfolio with over 100 titles scheduled to be released in 2011, 2012 and 2013. Library Tales Publishing is an emerging entertainment company with a strong and diversified presence in book publishing, media production, merchandising and digital distribution. They also offer a variety of publishing services for authors and self publishers. To date, they have published 35 titles and have over 100 upcoming releases scheduled for 2011-2012, including such titles as Arje Shaw’s "The Fix", David Friedman’s “The Thought Exchange", "My Life with Ewa" and the “How to Become a Wizard” franchise. Library Tales has continued to build a strong publishing presence since its establishment in early 2010. The Library Tales Publishing brand remains synonymous with daring, quality and originality.