Motivational and inspirational writer, Bryan Hutchinson is the author of several books about life with ADHD including the highly acclaimed, best selling "One Boy′s Struggle: A Memoir" and the author of the hilarious eBook that went viral "10 Things I Hate about ADHD"

Infinity Publishing

Fellow Adders: my wife and I finally chose the Self-Publishing Company we will use for my story “One Boy’s Struggle: A Memoir”. Infinity Publishing is that company. We have several reasons for choosing Infinity. The first and most important reason is that Infinity is Adder friendly. They do not require an extensive amount of work from the writer. If you have written your story and done a little formatting they will do the rest for you! Another very important prospect is that they are friendly and responsive. I have been in contact with Infinity over the last few months and always receive timely responses with direct answers to my questions and concerns. That’s the kind of stuff this Adder likes. I don’t want to search around and do all kinds of extra stuff myself. If I have to do a lot of extra tedious stuff, it probably won’t get done. C’mon… you know what I mean.  

Infinity’s contract is straight forward and clearly states that the rights stay with the Author. That is very important to me. The traditional publisher who contacted me wanted to take all my rights and not even share them! How dare they! Traditional publishers have the leg up when it comes to getting into retail outlets; however, more and more folks are willing to purchase online, so therefore I can get my book available to you in a very easy and quick manner online. I have read many reviews about Infinity and all say that Infinity is very quick with their orders. Makes me wonder why we still need traditional publishers? Ah, maybe I should not go that far, I might still use a traditional publisher in the future… who knows? For right now Infinity offers plenty and does the most important thing and that is makes my book available for you, the reader! The final draft of “One Boy’s Struggle” has been sent to Infinity and I believe our goal of December/January availability will be met!


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