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Somehow I Am Different
"I feel empowered by my work with Acorn Publishing and grateful to have found Holly and Jessica at a relatively early stage in my writing journey. My involvement in this process has given me invaluable knowledge and ownership of the material to an extent I would not have otherwise. Holly and Jessica have been a consistent support system. Most importantly, I feel heard and supported in the work that I love to do. Thank you, Acorn Publishing, for my "crash course" and for ceaseless community and encouragement."
"The day Holly and Jessica accepted my manuscript was by far one of the most exciting days of my life. Someone wanted my story and saw its potential. They walked me through the entire publication process. I’m lucky to be part of the Acorn family whose professionalism and standard for high-quality books truly shines through, making this small company stand out in such a competitive field."
Mikel J. Wilson,
Mourning Dove Mysteries
"I made the right decision when I signed with Acorn Publishing. The team offered me a clear path to success in publishing my first mystery novel. In addition to giving me insightful feedback that strengthened and elevated my book, they provided a clear, step-by-step process for shepherding it to publication and beyond. They’ve been my strongest advocates and my biggest cheerleaders, and I look forward to publishing with them for years to come."