Statement by Jerome R. Corsi, Ph.D
Since 2004, I have published 30 books, 7 of which were on the New York Times bestseller list, with 2 hitting #1 on the list, plus hundreds of articles published in Human Events, World Net Daily, and Infowars.com.
Many people have the desire to write a book. Writing a commercially successful book requires developing both a sense of what can be published profitably and writing skills that typically require learning fundamental writing rules and techniques.
I am willing to mentor a few prospective authors, for a fee. My book consulting contract calls for a non-refundable fee of $3,000 tor 6 consulting hours over two months.
I cannot promise that every person signing this contract will end up being a published author at the end of two months. I plan to extend a contract offer, however, only to those I think are capable of developing their writing skills to the point of being able to write a commercially profitable book.
I can probably mentor only 3 prospective authors at any given time. So, I’m offering to mentor only those who have demonstrated some already established ability to write a book — those who need the additional assistance that will increase their chances of being published.
Additionally, CorsiNation.com has worked out an arrangement with Post Hills Press where we can offer publishing contracts to those authors who manage to write commercially successful books in the areas of key internet to Post Hills Press.
The core areas of interest, both for my mentoring and for Post Hills Press, include non-fiction books dealing with current political and economic themes, plus real crime books. Novels dealing with political and/or crime themes will also be considered. Please do not send me proposals dealing with children’s fiction, an area outside my expertise.
This program is distinguished from “vanity publishing” where an author pays to have a book published.
My mentoring consultation fee does not insure your book will be published. Nor does Post Hill Press charge the author for publishing books Post Hills Press considers to have a chance of being commercially profitable.
CorsiNation.com looks forward to helping prospective authors publish books of value, to themselves, to the publisher, and to the intended audience of readers.
Jerome R. Corsi, Ph.D.