There nothing like having an expert on your side for publishing.

The person you would  want to go to for expert advice is for Author Assistant, Marketing and Administrative Services: Brilliant  in social networking, podcasting, e-books, internet research, manuscript preparation, book proposals, to assist with the publishing process and coordinating self-publishing, writing services, media kit, virtual book tour and much, much more YP Publishing is where you want to go.

You may want to sharpen your writer’s pen with

To be on top of the process a bit, acquaint yourself with these resources:

National Library of Canada, Acquisitions and Bibliographic Services, Legal Deposit Office, 395 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Canada, K1A 0N4. 613-335-9481; 819-997-9565. Cataloguing in Publication (CIP) Information Kit; ISBN #s; “The Publisher’s Path”;; (submit 2 copies of your manuscript).

Public Lending Rights Commission: The Canada Council; Robert Richard PhD Awards Officer 1-800-263-5588, ext. 4079, 350 Albert street, P.O. Box 1047, Ottawa, On, K1P 5V8, 613-566-4378. Registration deadline May 1st. Register with the programme once your book is published.

Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency, 1 Yonge Street, Suite 1900 or Suite 800, Toronto, ON, M5E 1E5, 1-800-893-5777.;

Canadian Books in Print, University of Toronto Press, 10 St. Mary Street, Ste. 700, Toronto, M4Y 2W8, 416-265-1631.

Copyright and Industrial Design Office at Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs

Canadian Scholars’ Press Inc., 180 Bloor Street W., Suite 402, Toronto, ON, M5S 2V6. 1-800-463-1996, custom publishing.

The Writer’s Union of Canada, 24 Ryerson Avenue, Toronto, ON, M5T 2P3, 416-703-8982; 416-868-6914. (Information on how to get published).

Canadian Authors Association, 27 Doxsee Avenue N., Campbellford, ON K0L 1L0.705-653-0323.

Inscribe Christian Writer’s Fellowship, 2547 Forest Drive, Blind Bay, BC, V0E 1H1.

For extra inspiration try: