L. Cooper Press – Publish Independently, Keep Traditional Benefits


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We had our first meeting about a new publishing co-op last Thursday eve in Redlands, CA, and it was a good one. I introduced L. Cooper Press and talked about what LCP would and would not do for writers who want to publish but do not know what to do.

Most have two choices: try for an agent and a NY publisher, which could take years before their novels are accepted and published – I know. I’m still waiting after a year on one of my novels. Or self publish.

The problem is, most self-publishers charge several thousand dollars and control most everything, including rights, pricing, and royalties. Not L. Cooper Press.  

What LCP WON’T do:

* Bind writers to a contract

* Take a percentage of their royalties

* Control book pricing

* Control the cover rights

If you’re a writer interested in self-publishing, yet you want to keep control, see what L. Cooper Press can do for you. Check our website, or attend one of the free meetings sponsored by Novel Writers Workshop in Redlands, CA.

L. Cooper Press


Thanks, y’all Hope to see you there!


I'm a novelist, short story writer, and I currently serve as CEO for L. Cooper Press, a service for writers. Thomson-Gale bought one of my novels, With Full Malice, for their 5 Star Mystery line, then Harlequin WorldWide Mysteries bought the mass market paperback rights. I lead a novel critique group in Redlands, CA, so if you're in the area and writing a novel, join us: http://www.meetup.com/SoCal-Novel-Writers-Workshop/ When I can't attend, Amy Fletcher leads the group. You can always contact me through my websites: www.brendahill.com www.lcooperpress.com

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