Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Natural News Launches Print-On-Demand Publishing Services

NaturalNews Launches Print-On-Demand, Publishing Services for Book Authors, Self Publishers

From MarketwatchLast update: 7:55 a.m. EST Nov. 10, 2008

TUCSON, Ariz., Nov 10, 2008 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Natural health news site has announced the launch of print-on-demand and publishing services that allow authors and alternative information writers to produce small batches of perfect-bound books up to 400 pages in length. In addition, NaturalNews has announced plans to publish and promote many authors' books on its popular natural health news website while paying royalties back to the author.

To provide these print-on-demand and publishing services, NaturalNews sister company Truth Publishing has acquired book publishing and binding equipment that automates the printing and perfect binding of softcover books. Authors submit their books electronically, and Truth Publishing prints, binds and ships the books while offering them for sale on its website, now read by 1.2 million health consumers monthly.

Truth Publishing ( is welcoming the printing of books on "alternative" topics, including alternative science, natural medicine, alternative history and other exploratory themes. It welcomes books on controversial issues like mandatory vaccines, cancer cures, health freedom, global warming, politics, peak oil and the true history of the world that isn't taught in public schools. Truth Publishing president Mike Adams is the editor of NaturalNews and the creator of this new service, which he describes as, "An opportunity for intelligent, inquisitive authors to see their books published even when mainstream book publishers are too conservative to embrace their work."

Authors interested in either printing their books or submitting them for possible representation by Truth Publishing can visit for more information. "Truth Publishing is all about exercising free speech and empowering authors with the technology they need to see their books published, even if those books do not conform to the limited belief systems that dominate modern society," Adams explained. Quoting Noam Chomsky, Adams adds, "If we don't believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, we don't believe in it at all."

For more information on Truth Publishing, visit SOURCE NaturalNews


The site is very informative, and, even though we don't get many review requests for this non-fiction market, it's nice to see a self-publishing venue for such books. For more information on this venture please visit:

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