Hylô from Wynwidyn

Wynwidyn Press is officially launched…

a dream come true after decades of professional writing, reviewing, and editing– including years serving as a moderator for thousands of authors in www.writing.com, one of the largest and most popular literary sites enjoyed by over 600,000 patrons of the craft.  

Now, I’ve taken my aspirations a step further by offering the expertise, facilities, and a host of industry alliances to help authors convert one’s literary labors from a dream to reality.

Stories abound within these branches, so don’t be shy… come on in and share yours.    Robin Moyer, CEO

Back to Wynwidyn HOME

I Love Being a Pole Barn Publisher!

Our open house yesterday was a smashing success! We had fifty-two people here at one point and there were people everywhere!  Last week someone ‘elsewhere’ tried to disparage Wynwidyn Press for being located in a ‘pole barn.’  We got so many comments last night about what a wonderful little place we have here, how it is so creative and how it exudes such a warm and inviting feel.  I was told that it was a clever thing to do as it obviously keeps the overhead down, but that once inside, one would never know it was a ‘pole barn.’

Sure made me happy and we have all worked hard to make this place exactly what it is and to reflect who and what we are. 

But it also has made me think about the world and websites and how it is what one says and does that truly reflects the depth of a person or their company.  I’ve been told that I should answer any and every question someone might have on my company website.  I disagree.  I think a website should have enough to get someone’s attention, give them the basics and then, if they are interested, they will call.  If they have questions, we can answer them. In detail.  I would far rather talk to an author.  Any author should have more questions.  I would.

Not every self-publishing company will appeal to every author.  That is why there is room for all of us.  We offer different packages and options.  We compete, sure, but isn’t that what should make each of us better at what we do? Competition should be a healthy incentive to always do our best by our customers.

Meanwhile, back to yesterday…

So much fun to see the kids that came curled up in various places reading the Alyndoria books.  Various authors came to check us out!  Mara McBain came as did Adriana Noir! It was fun seeing and meeting fellow writing.com authors! Author Peggy Grigowski came and helped out and was such a phenomenal help! Thanking you all!

This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to Hylô from Wynwidyn

  1. DRSmith says:

    Despite being an amateur techie… bemused, confused, and lumbering about trying to help a friend relish a dream come true, figured I might as well be the first to sip the champagne of launch. Yes ma’am, I believe I’ve earned it. Cheers.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>