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Why Go With Reveries Co., Though?

There are lots of reasons you’d want to work with Reveries Co. rather than normal editors, cover designers, and other service providers. However, here are a few that come to mind:

  1. We’re amongst the least expensive service providers on the internet.
    • We work hard to keep our pricing affordable while also fair to our service providers and comparable to the amount of work we do.
  2. We actually put our customers first.
    • Every company says this, but for Reveries Co., the name of the game really is making it easier for you. We’ll do anything to make the process of publishing your novel painless, and we are committed to going above and beyond the call of duty to do so.
  3. We have a strong team, and we work together to achieve our goals.
    • Everything we do is with the understanding that Reveries Co. is not like other service providers. Our mantra is helping authors succeed, but we also want to help each other succeed in this crazy online bookish community!
  4. We totally get being a beginner.
    • Hey, you gotta start somewhere! Take it from those of us who have been there – a lot of our Reveries Co. service providers are indie authors by night. We’re here to help you with the things you don’t know where to begin with.
  5. So yup, we totally expect to answer newbie questions!
    • Don’t be afraid to ask them. That’s why we’re here – to ease your way into the world of publishing. Our inbox and social media channels are free of judgement.
  6. We’re versatile.
    • Yes, we offer all the services, but even within those services, there’s some flexibility. We’re willing to work with you to make sure your project is completed in the best way possible.

But don’t take our word for it … everyone’s saying so!

“Kellyn Roth [Reveries Co. founder & manager] was very helpful … I wasn’t ever stressed, worried, or nervous during the whole process. I would recommend Kellyn to anyone.”
 
~Hanna Kraft, author of The New Diary