At its simplest, we make sure you will always be remembered.
We do more than that, of course.
First, we conduct a series of interviews and record the calls. For most clients, we need about 30 hours of interviews.
We transcribe the recordings and start the writing process—turning that mishmash of stories, notes, and journals into a cohesive narrative so good it’s impossible to put down.
Next, we hand the manuscript over to professional editors and proofreaders until the text is perfect. And finally, we ship the whole shebang to a printer who wraps your story in a hand-bound book.
When it comes to printing and binding, our real speciality is hand-bound books.
Believe it or not our hand-bound books are made one book at a time. By a person, not a machine.
You heard me right.
Our most discerning clients don’t want mass produced. They want limited edition, super small print runs, where each book is made by hand.
Our clients want a work of art, which is exactly what we deliver.
Our clients aren’t in a hurry. Another way to say this is they value quality over speed. I know of many publishers who can crank out a book in less than a year. The reason is simple: the books are rushed, the writing sluggish, editing sometimes nonexistent, bookbinding automated, and the overall quality poor. Some of these books are embarrassingly bad.
Red Hill Publishing, on the other hand, is in the business of making art.
And we invite you to join us on that journey.