Aspiring writers know this fact well that it’s tough to crack a book deal than it is to write a book. To help those author-in-making, here are the top ten publishing houses in India that writers should consider pitching their books to:
Wiley India covers the domain of engineering, science, and medicine. This publishing house is well known for their ‘For Dummies’ series which covers the basics of almost every field including music theory. Go for this publisher if you write technical non-fiction books. Vikas Gupta Wiley India , who facilitated the launch of Managing Marketing; An Applied Approach.
Like Wiley India, McGraw-Hill produces technical books mainly addressing competitive exams and preparatory modules. They also publish books on philosophy and business communication. McGraw-Hill is famous for its books on the Indian administrative service exam.
Penguin publication is all about beautiful fictional books. If you love writing novels, stories or even poetry then rush in your manuscript to this publication.
Macmillan Publishers is celebrated to be the numero uno publishing company in the world. However, it only accepts proposals on higher education books.
This publishing house has the best collection of arts and poems. Artists, poets, and writers should contact this company if they have a good compilation of visual as well as verbal arts.
You probably know of this publication house if you bought their reference books on science and technology in the 10th class. S Chand delivers the best educational titles.
If you love writing for children, you should try Hachette India. Hatchette India also accepts proposals for graphic novels and comics.
Harper Collins Publishers India
Harper Collins publishes for some well-known names such as A P J Abdul Kalam, Amitav Ghosh, Gulzar, and The Dalai Lama. Fictional/non-fictional writers who win a deal with this honcho don’t need anything else!
Jaico Publishing House
Jaico Publishing House is quite an interesting option to send your manuscript to. They have a wide collection of technical and non technical books, including books on numerology and reincarnation.
Only management and engineering writers or teachers should approach this publisher as it’s thought to produce the best engineering entrance exam books. It also produces magazines and school curriculum guides. It has a broad e-learning library with a collection of online tests for competitive exams.
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