The process of getting a book published can vary depending on many factors, including the type of publisher, the genre of the book, the author's experience and the publisher's workload. The time it takes to publish a book is a balancing act between meeting the author's deadline and ensuring the quality of the book.
While it is difficult to provide a definitive timeline for publishing a book, the general process typically involves several stages. These include manuscript editing and formatting, cover design, typesetting, proofreading, printing and distribution. Each of these stages can take varying amounts of time, depending on the complexity of the book and the publisher's workload.
We take pride in the quality of the books we publish, and we prioritize thorough reading and editing to ensure that the final product meets our high standards. When an author has a deadline they want to meet, we will do our best to meet those dates, however, in general, we cannot make guarantees due to these quality constraints. We work closely with our authors throughout the process to keep them informed of progress and potential delays, and we do our best to keep the process as efficient as possible without sacrificing quality.