New York, NY, May 11, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Arbor Books, a provider of self-publishing, ghostwriting and marketing services, is pleased to announce that 50 of their authors have signed up to be represented at their booth for the BookExpo America 2007. The Expo will be held from June 1st through the 3rd at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City.
The BookExpo is the book industry’s number one trade show. More than 100,000 people are expected to attend this year.
“Arbor Books’ self-published and independent authors have a history of being signed by mainstream publishers and agents,” says Arbor Book President Joel Hochman.
Clients who are represented by Arbor Books come from all fields including business, mystery, thrillers, self-help, memoirs and children’s books.
“Books that have been ghostwritten for Arbor Books have had tremendous success in being picked up by literary agents to being signed for movie deals,” says co-owner of Arbor Books Larry Leichman.
A full-service, turnkey book-packaging company with a staff of 100 writers, designers and publicists, Arbor Books works with mainstream publishing companies, independent publishers and aspiring authors through the process of manuscript preparation, cover design, printing, distribution, book marketing and author publicity.
Arbor Books, a member of the Better Business Bureau, is known worldwide for its ghostwriting division, which works with Fortune 500 companies, Hollywood celebrities, sports figures, politicians, businesspeople and anyone who is interested in having their fiction or nonfiction book become a reality.
Arbor Books is the only ghostwriting firm that is 100 percent insured against defamation and plagiarism and is associated with one of the most prestigious publishing law firms in the United States.
Arbor Books authors have seen their books become national bestsellers, have been offered movie deals and have been picked up by major publishing houses.
Arbor Books authors have appeared on Oprah, Montel, CNBC, MSNBC, CNN, ABC News, and FOXNews and become columnists for major newspapers and magazines, including USA Today.
Arbor Books authors have sold hundreds of thousands of books through more than 40,000 stores worldwide, including Barnes & Noble, Borders, Costco, Wal-Mart and Amazon.com, as well as through specialty catalogs, distributors and book clubs.
Cofounders, Hochman and Liechman are publishing industry veterans and are listed in the Literary Market Place. “The demand for editing, ghostwriting and marketing of self-published works has increased dramatically within the past few years,” says Hochman.