Zumaya Publications LLC is an innovative new publishing company that strives to bring the best of fiction to the public. Zumaya officially launched in 2001 with the release of its first titles in print and PDF format. This year will bring a greatly expanded listing to suit all tastes.
With new publishers appearing and failing almost daily, Zumaya Publishing stands apart by limiting its list to only the highest quality titles. One of the advantages of the new digital publishing industry is that we are able to offer titles from talented authors previously overlooked by traditional markets or who write in genres transcending standardized categories of fantasy, science fiction, romance, mystery and others.
Zumaya's philosophy is simple. If it's a great, well-written story, we'll publish it.
All Zumaya ebooks are offered free of digital rights management (DRM), which means no matter whom you buy it from, you can convert it to read on the reader or app of your choice.
Kate Dolan (writing as K.D. Hays) will be featured in Southern Writers Magazine's "What's the Story" section explaining the inspiration for her latest book, Roped In. Since Kate was a jump rope coach for eight years and Roped In is a mystery surrounding a jump rope competition, the story behind the story could have easily stretched to novel length all by itself.
Stephen Tiano - who works as a book designer, Page Compositor and Layour Artist - has been quite busy recently. He's currently working on three book interiors, one of which is a sort of retelling of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol with a transgender twist!
See some of what he's been working on below.
Author Rajendra Kher has signed a contract with Leadstart Publishing Corp. for his upcoming non-fiction work Life After Life; Lifting the veil on Death. Congrats!
Rie Sheridan Rose has a short story titled "It's...Complicated" in the anthology Lightships and Sabers which should see release 4/18/16.
She'll be touting Mischief in Manatas and the forthcoming Menace in Manatas at the Malice-go-Round on Friday morning, April 29. She'll also be talking about "Walking Through History" during her Authors' Alley stint on Saturday, April 30.