I have really enjoyed doing my first literary work, Obaedo –A Redemption, with Kingdom Publishers, working with such intelligent and creative publishing assistants. There was always something new and helpful every time they responded politely to my enquiries, which I really enjoyed. It has given me the impetus to work on other manuscripts.
Being an author can be rough, you don’t usually expect much help, editors take forever to get back to you and terms can be very unfavourable. But Kingdom Publishers responded in good time to my manuscript and literally took my hand through the process. The culture of the publishing assistants shown to me, first Leena and later Maria, was just the right balance between professionalism and friendliness. They are very helpful and courteous people. I believe they are quite the sum of Kingdom Publishing House, people that are willing to go above and beyond to help.
Maria took over as my publishing assistant at the middle of the work and then built it up further. She exuded humility, kindness, gentleness and charm. The useful help and the friendly way she gave have the mark of her personality: passion, intelligence and respect. Her profound enthusiasm and dedication over the publication of my work merits her with a reputation as an expert in her field. She was incredibly thoughtful and helpful; she gave me unfailingly good and thoughtful advice on a range of matters. If I could sum Maria up in one word, it would be a sheer passion for the work.
Kingdom Publishing is a good place to build my writing career.