Publishing with Yo Pro

Thank you for your interest in working with Yo Productions, LLC to get your work into print! We are excited about the possibility of working with you. Yo Productions, LLC serves as both a traditional publisher and a publishing consultant to authors. We pride ourselves on meeting and serving your needs with excellence in mind. Whether you go the traditional route or utilize our services on a consulting basis, we will help you through the process from start to finish. Please check out the FAQs and review details about our publishing models. We look forward to the possibility of working with you!

 

 

Traditional Publisher

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  • All costs associated with getting a book into print are paid by Yo Productions, LLC. 

 

  • Yo Productions, LLC decides the release date, reserving the right to change it whenever necessary.

 

  • Yo Productions, LLC gives the final approval of the cover design and edited manuscript before the book is sent to the printer. 

 

  • Authors receive a percentage of the royalties from each sale

 

  • Books are published under the Yo Productions, LLC label. 

 

 

  • Only works that are clean (i.e., with minimal spelling/grammar errors) and not in need of extensive proofreading/editing services are considered.

NOTE: Beginning January 1, 2021, Yo Productions has ended its traditional publishing model and is providing publishing consultation only. Thank you for your interest. We look forward to hearing from you. 

Publishing Consultant

  • Authors pay all costs associated with getting a book into print, which includes a consulting fee to Yo Productions, LLC.  

 

  • Authors decide the release date. Yo Productions, LLC has no authority over this. 

 

  • Authors give final approval of the cover design and edited manuscript before the book is sent to the printer. 

 

  • Authors receive 100% of the royalties from each sale. Yo Productions, LLC is not entitled to any royalty payments.

 

  • Authors create their own publishing label or go with a third-party.

 

  • All works are considered and do not need to be in a near-perfect state.