One of the greatest things I have found working in self-publishing is the opportunity it allows anyone and everyone to share their story. You don’t have to be known and you don’t have to be writing a potential best seller. If you have something you want to share, then you can write it and share it through self-publishing companies like AuthorHouse.
I previously posted about the AuthorHouse Holocaust Memorial we ran. I was fortunate to meet the survivors andtheir families and privileged to write about their tales. A great example is Alter Wiener. He wrote his story and shopped it to a number of traditional publishing houses. Though they all said it was an interesting story and he had an important message to deliver, they were unwilling to publish him because he was not well known enough for his book to be marketable.
Alter Wiener was not writing his book to make a profit. He was writing it to keep a promise to never let the world forget what happened during the Houlocaust. He went ahead and self-published his book through AuthorHouse.
From a Name to a Number has now sold over 25,000 copies.
Today marks a similar event in world history. This day in 2001 will always be remembered as the day that changed America, and with it the world. AuthorHouse has been remembering 9/11.
I wanted to help AuthorHouse authors who have written books about this tragic event share there stories in some small. I am threfore listing a few books that can bee found in the AuthorHouse bookstore.
9/11: A Tragedy Revealed by Yan Iannucci