“Everyone, and I do mean everyone, who has bought the book has commented on the cover and layout. Comments include “handsome,” “beautiful,” and “stunning” among others. My thanks to you for a first class project! “
Ricky N. Smith
author of Change for a Dollar
“Anyone seeking a publishing company need look no further than Chapel Hill Press. They are experienced, helpful, and professional. As a complete novice in writing and finding a publisher, my first experience with Chapel Hill Press was quite enlightening, exciting, and educational. I am very impressed with the finished product of my book. The editing, artwork, and helpful advice without changing my wordage or ideas was exceptional, and the entire experience was fun.”
George S. Edwards, Sr., M.D.
author of Man’s Chief End
“I really appreciate the professional manner in which you conducted yourself through our work together. I would recommend [Chapel Hill Press] to anyone looking for a publisher.”
author of Walk in ‘e Moon
“I've read a few self-published books that made me not want to go that route. I was afraid of having my name on the cover of book that was riddled with errors because of a lack of good editing. But when a friend told me about Chapel Hill Press, I decided to look into their operation. I must say from the day of our first meeting, it was obvious that Edwina Woodbury and her staff did not publish anything but beautiful books that any author would be proud of. I've published three books, two with traditional presses, and by far my best experience was with [ Chapel Hill Press].”
Carolyn Rawls Booth
author of A Chosen Few
“I think about the nice relationship that we had when getting the book published - just exactly the way I wanted it.”
author of Remember Who You Are
“The books arrived on Friday. I was so excited to see them! It will be a joy to share them with children we are close to over the Christmas season. Thank you so much for expediting them.”
author of Grandma’s Zoo
“How can I ever tell you how profoundly moved I am about everything that has gone into the designing, printing and publishing of this work? It was your direction that brought it all together and I am grateful to you more than you can know.
I know I’ve seen many drafts . . . but to see it as a bound book was still another experience . . . your aesthetic hand in the creation continues to impress me beyond ways to describe. Every one of your myriad of choices was right on – the elegance of the color and font – the layout of every single page. I don’t think I was fully aware of the significance of all the details that you obviously handled so conscientiously.
You [Chapel Hill Press] prove yourself as the ultimate professional, with exquisite attention to detail.”
author of Nell and Fair
"For me, what was really important was being able to sit
down and talk about my ideas with people who understood.
It was my book, but the people at the Chapel Hill Press knew
how to make it as good as it could be. They helped make my
writing much tighter and better. I felt as if I had absolute
control, too-they really listened to my preferences."
anyone who was considering publishing their own book, I'd say,
take a leap of faith. It seems very scary, but if you have
something to say that's important to you, do it."
Author of No Ashes: A Sheriff's Life
"I want to
thank you and your staff for the wonderful job you did in
publishing my book. I am delighted with the final product-better
than I had ever imagined."
Col. James R. Brown, Jr.
Author of Life's Baker's Dozen
"The Chapel Hill Press
made publishing my book the most personal of all experiences."
Author of Brockton Betrayal
"A lot of
it had to do with the staff [at the Chapel Hill Press]
and the whole supportive attitude. There were plenty of places
along the way where my manuscript wasn't right, and they
helped me through them."
"I see self-publishing as a
matter of self-investing. I value the support I got at the
Chapel Hill Press so highly."
Author of Watching the Watcher , The
Carter Chronicles , The Valley of There ,
and Search for Sanctuary
"...if all of your clients
are as pleased as we are, they are certainly happy!"
Broome, daughter of Eloise Renegar
Author of Tick-Tock,
the Chickens' Clock
"I published books with three other
companies. There's not another self-publisher around that's
in the same class as the Chapel Hill Press."
Dr. John Graham
Author of Southeastern Cookery , Memories & Reflections ,
and Still Coping with Old Age
"It made it all worthwhile
when my great niece said, 'Thank
you for putting this family information in a book so I can
Author of Confessions of an Outer Banks Filly