Words from our authors ...
'Janus is a professional publishing company; they read your manuscript - all of it. They edit and proofread it and they do it all with nice people, well, at least those that I had contact with. They are Claire, Tina, Fatima and of course the big boss, Jeannie, the Managing Director, who is always available to guide you through the publishing process and ensure that the finished article is a quality one.'
Alwyne Chappell Drink, Dear Boy?
'The publishing experience offered by Janus is a positive one. In the 15 years I have spent in the industry, I have never come across a publisher so committed to its authors. The standard of communication and service is very high, as is the quality of the books they produce. It's a company wishing to build a reputation for publishing writing of interest and distinction. I would highly recommend Janus to anyone considering the route of subsidy publishing.'
Edwin Page Where Seagulls Fly
'Publishing with Janus is pure pleasure, especially if you have been published elsewhere. The company takes time and trouble to establish a good working relationship with authors; they set out clearly how the process will work and deliver precisely what they promise. Every aspect of the publishing agreement is fair and transparent; terms are generous but realistic and the production is smooth and meticulous. Editorial support could not be more careful and helpful and the end result is a book to be handled with total satisfaction. Unlike so many of their imitators the process does not end there: the company is open to suggestions as well as efficient in marketing and responds promptly and imaginatively to promote their products. I most warmly recommend Janus to any writer who has something significant to say.'
Ken Pickering The Performer's Anthology
'Working with Janus on my second book has been a most fulfilling involvement; from the acceptance of my manuscript to the final stages of completion. Jeannie Leung, their Managing Director, has a highly competent team. The close contact that an author is invited to have with her, her editors and the production department is very rewarding as well as a huge learning curve.
The book grows in stature as the weeks progress and then the crowning glory for me was the first glimpse of Janus' suggested cover. It was a magical moment, which will only be surpassed by actually holding the finished book and flicking the pages. Thank you, Janus, for such a pleasurable and enriching experience.'
Jill O'Hare Two Heads Are Better Than One