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Coffee Table Books: Creating A Top Quality Book for the Shelves of Beverly Hills

Right from the start of the project, we hit it off with the author, Fran Berger. Fran’s passion and enthusiasm for all thing “entertaining and lifestyle” is infectious.

The Catalogue was a project that needed to be completed in a matter of weeks and we appreciated how responsive Fran was—which helped us keep the process moving. The attention to every detail by Fran and her team made this project a success.

Young Adult Books: How to Build Your Team to Tell Your Story

Susan Read’s enthusiasm to help young adults with mental health issues is an angle we loved, dealing with an important issue that’s often overlooked. Also, Susan’s dedication to the project never wavered, as it took four years to complete. She had a great attitude, welcoming the professional feedback, which made for the success of this project.

Non-Fiction: How to Build Your Platform and Mission with a Book

The team at Izzard Ink immediately loved the idea of this project and its noble goals—homelessness is an issue that affects communities everywhere, and is in dire need of attention and forward-thinking solutions. We loved how the author, Sherman Haggerty, is both solution-driven and brings years of first-hand experience dealing with the issue. It was a pleasure to help create a book that would ultimately be featured on TV, nationally syndicated radio shows, and in print outlets, in the author’s quest to make the world a better place.

Children's Book: See How the Author Gained Confidence and Received an All A's from Publishers Weekly/Booklife

We absolutely loved working with author George H. Bentz on The Tale of the Tooth Mouse. He is a retired pediatric dentist who has seen first-hand how difficult it is for kids to lose their teeth. George was eager to build a team with top industry experience and learn from their feedback.

George turned out to be one of our favorite authors to work with. For one, he requested that the kids of Izzard Ink’s CEO be added to the book, as his oldest was about to lose her first tooth. Second, upon completion George send out a thoughtful gift to those at Izzard Ink, to thank them for going the extra mile. George is a very sweet man.

Updating a Non-Fiction Classic: The Naked Communist

The Naked Communist—Written by W. Cleon Skousen and originally published in 1958 during the height of the cold war. It was so popular in that era that at one point it was selling more than 1,000 copies a day with press runs of 50,000 copies at a time.

National radio commentator Paul Harvey endorsed it, national organizations and elected government officials endorsed it, and Look Magazine observed that the book was never formally reviewed by the top three reviewers of the day, yet was outselling other “best sellers” by the thousands.

Fiction: From First time Author to Publisher Weekly Stared Review

A Printer’s Choice—Explores themes such as the intersection of faith and environmental protection, all in the context of a futuristic mystery that sees its characters working to solve humanity’s first homicide in space.

The story is informed by the author’s master degree in theology, his engineering degree, and his three decades working for Rhode Island’s Department of Environmental Management.

Fiction: Sean Hannity Movie Team Created a Book to Cross Promote a Movie

The fact that this book was based on the movie was enticing for Izzard Ink. We enjoyed working with the movie crew and thought the book coming out the same time as the movie would help increase revenue. We worked with one of the screenwriters to get a foreword from Sean Hannity.

Non-Fiction: Preserving History for Generations

Evanston Wyoming—Told through the eyes of a city official who served Evanston as a three-term city council member and a three-term mayor, and meticulously documented using city council minutes, Mayor Ottley shows how this role affected his life and family, and the hell he went through trying to keep the community together through one of the most challenging boom periods in Wyoming history.

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