FAQ

1. I would like to submit a manuscript to WillowTree Press. How do I go about doing so?

See our SUBMISSION GUIDELINES page.

2. I recently obtained a copy of the WillowTree Press title, Harm None: A Rowan Gant Investigation, and spotted several typos. What’s the story?

While this question has not been asked frequently as FAQ implies, we have received a small number of queries and have seen a few mentions of it, which leads us to address it here. Very simply, due to a series of errors, the wrong electronic files were submitted back to the printer after the initial blue line galleys of Harm None had been checked and corrected. Unfortunately, the first print run was finished, boxed, and shipped before this error was detected, the result being several thousand flawed copies of title Harm None. Being a small press, it was unfortunately not economically feasible for us to discard this print run, and the tough decision was made to let the flawed copies be put on the market. Fortunately, the plethora of errors in the initial print run have been graciously overlooked by the vast majority of readers, for which they have our gratitude. The good news is that the popularity of the Rowan Gant Investigations series has grown by leaps and bounds, and Harm None is now well beyond a half-dozen printings. The proper files are being used and errors that plagued the first printing have been corrected. For those of you with flawed copies, better hang on to them, as one of the autographed first editions recently sold for $125.00!

3. I recently read a WillowTree Press title and would like to get in touch with the author. How can I do this?

You can reach any WillowTree Press author by contacting wendy@willowtreepress.com and she will forward your email, or you can do a web search. All of our authors maintain websites and a presence on Social Media networks.

4. I own a bookstore and would like to schedule an appearance of a WillowTree Press author. Whom should I contact?

You may inquire about author appearances by emailing the WTP Author Promotions Group and one of the staff will put you in touch with the author and/or the author’s assigned publicist. The email address is promo_dept@willowtreepress.com

5. I own a bookstore and would like to buy directly from WillowTree Press. Does WTP give discounts?

As of 12/01/2012 WillowTree Press discontinued direct wholesale and retail sales. Please contact one of the listed distributors to order our titles. Our national/regional distribution channels are Ingram, New Leaf, and Baker & Taylor.

6. How can I contact WillowTree Press in Australia?

We get this question often enough to feel the need to add it to our FAQ. Apparently, there is a Publisher/Company in Australia by the name WillowTree. WillowTree Press, L.L.C. is a U.S. based small press, and is in no way affiliated with this Australian company. We do not carry any of its publications, and unfortunately, have no idea how to contact them.

7. How can I obtain WillowTree Press titles on Criminology, Psychology, and Sociology?

We receive almost daily queries from Colleges requesting desk copies of various books on Criminal Behavior and Sociology. Unfortunately, we cannot fulfill these requests as we are not the publisher these titles. We are a small press specializing in Suspense -Thrillers. FICTIONAL Suspense -Thrillers. We do NOT publish books on Criminal Behavior. We do NOT publish books on Sociology. We do NOT publish books on filing methods or business practices. Apparently, there are several other Willow Tree Presses. In the past we listed information we found on the web about these other publishers, however, we have recently been informed that the info is out of date and have removed it. We wish you the best of luck in finding the WillowTree Press you are searching for, however, please do not contact us and ask us to do it for you.

8. How can I obtain “The Vinegar Books,” “The Lemon Remedy Book,” or “The Baking Soda” book?

See item number 7. WillowTree Press LLC does not publish “The Vinegar Books” nor anything about Baking Soda/Bicarbonate of Soda, or Lemons.

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