Book Publishing/Marketing & Printing 

Publishing Packages

We offer publishing packages and services to suit every author’s needs. Maintain total creative control of your book—from editing and proofreading to cover design and page layout, from distribution and royalties to marketing and bookselling. We help make your vision a reality!

Black & White

Black and white has been the classic means of publication for centuries, and is perfect for books that are mostly text, black and white photographs, or line drawings.

Full Color

Our full color packages are for authors who want their pictures and illustrations to share center stage with their prose. Make your book a feast for your readers’ eyes as well as their minds!


The best children’s books inspire, teach, and entertain! Awaken young imaginations with our Children’s publishing packages, and bring your story and characters to life in full color.

Indigo Chapters Review

Do you want your book in front of Canadian readers? Indigo Chapters Review offers potential in-store stocking with Canada’s largest book retailer, plus tools to enhance your book promotions

These services give booksellers and bookstores attractive incentives to stock your book.


Ensuring that your work is protected is a vital part of the publishing process, and We can help. First, we register your copyright with the U.S. Copyright Office. Then, we acquire a Library of Congress Control Number, which lets you sell your book to more than 5,000 U.S. libraries

your book receives professional bookselling services that make your book even more attractive to bookstores. By making your book returnable or adding preview services to your book, bookstores and other book buyers receive additional incentives to stock or purchase your book.

Book Buyers Preview

The Book Buyer’s Preview allows book buyers, librarians, and researchers across the globe to read a selection from the first chapter of your book.

Booksellers Return Program

Booksellers are more likely to purchase your book if they can return unsold copies. This program makes that possible without reducing your royalties.

Booksellers Return Program Renewal

Renewal of the Bookseller Return Program will ensure the continued success of your book.

Volume Book Sales

Buy your own books at discounted rates from the Book Order Department at 905 334 7743 

Color Hardcover Promotional Bundle

Let your full-color book last a lifetime by preserving it as a perfectly bound hardcover, complete with a glossy, case-laminated cover.

Retail Focus

Make sure your readers can get hold of your book conveniently. Get all the essentials for pitching your book to be stocked in bookstore or library shelves.

Retail Focus

Retail Focus for Children’s Books

Library Focus


a variety of options for advertising your book in some of the leading print media in the United States.

Cinema Advertising

Take advantage of promoting your book on the Big Screen

Audio Formats

Modern readers want options, and many prefer to listen to a story. Whether they use an mp3 player or car CD player, AuthorHouse offers audio formats for all devices.

Book Signings and Galleries

Meet your audience face-to-face by participating in a book signing, or by displaying your book in a gallery at major book industry events.

Book Exhibits and Conferences

Get your work displayed in book fairs and exhibits where literary enthusiasts flock to find their next good read.

Book Reviews

AuthorHouse can allow you to gauge how the market will respond to your book by getting literary experts to critique it.


Add more digital flavor to your book marketing with BookStubs – plastic cards that are electronic gateways for readers to download your book.

Direct Marketing

Sometimes a little can go a long way. Add new dimensions to your personal promotions with bookmarks, postcards, or business cards to market your book to colleagues, contacts and friends.

Email Campaigns

E-mail advertising is a cost effective way to reach a wide online audience. Increase your book’s exposure on the web with these targeted e-mail campaigns.

Genre Specific Marketing

Target crime/mystery, thriller, or even sci-fi enthusiasts with a tailored ad in a magazine focused ona specific genre.

Hollywood Book-to-Screen

Does your story have the potential to be adapted into a movie or TV series? Take your best shot at Hollywood with our Book-to-Screen services.

Internet Marketing

The Internet is the fastest-growing marketplace for books. As a published author, you’re in a great position to take advantage of the Web as a powerful marketing and sales tool.

Online Video Services

Put a creative spin on your campaign with a short video that offers a multimedia sneak peek of your book or a quick interview with you, the author.

Publicity Campaigns

Our four publicity campaign options pair you with a publicist dedicated to mapping and executing outreach that makes sense for you and your message.

Publicity Services

Our team of publicity specialists provides you with the services and tools you need to enter the public spotlight.

Radio Services

AuthorHouse can make your voice available on the airwaves to help you reach new audiences.

Reader’s Digest Marketing

Generate publicity for your book with a highly renowned and respected worldwide magazine publisher and distributor.

Television Advertising

Since the first paid advertisement in 1941, television has always been one of the most effective ways to sell a product. Why not use it to promote your book?


One Of Our Author Mars Marley 


Mars Marley is a Caribbean-Canadian author from London, Ontario, Canada. He has written countless verses of poetry, short stories and even dabbled briefly as a hip hop emcee. Mars grew up encouraged to perform at a young age with his family at countless events as a singer and actor. He was also encouraged to learn to play the piano, a skill set lost through time. Mars also grew up playing sports such as football, baseball, track and field and basketball. Despite great efforts to pursue his basketball aspirations beyond high school, Mars had to concentrate his efforts elsewhere, which is when a return to the arts began.