With an outstanding record of accomplishment in the publishing industry, Xlibris, the leading self-publishing company offers a wide variety of publishing packages to writers and photographers who desire to become published authors.

For the remaining few days of October, the book publishing company confidently urges writers and photographers to present a publishing package or offer from a competitor – one which is advertised on their website – that tops any Xlibris offer or publishing package.

The self-publishing company guarantees to not only match the competitor’s offer, but to beat it as well by giving the writer or photographer more features, more marketing services, and doubling the number of free book copies included in the package. That is something Xlibris is willing to back with their years of experience in the publishing industry.

The self publishing promotional offer can be taken advantage of until Friday, October 31, 2008 when writers and photographers choose to self-publish their books of with Xlibris, whether in full color or in black and white.

Find out more of at the Xlibris book publishing website, or by calling 1-888-795-4274 or by emailing publishtoday[.]xlibris.com.

About Xlibris

Xlibris was founded in 1997 and, as the leading publishing services provider for authors, has helped to publish more than 20,000 titles. Xlibris is based in Philadelphia, PA and provides authors with direct and personal access to quality publication in hardcover, trade paperback, custom leather-bound, and full-color formats.

For more information, please visit the Xlibris website, e-mail pressrelease[.]xlibris.com or call at 1-888-795-4247, to receive a free publishing guide.

By: Michael McCain

About the Author:

Xlibris is a book publisher founded in 1997 and, as the leading publishing services provider for authors, has helped to publish more than 20,000 titles. Xlibris is based in Philadelphia, PA and provides authors with direct and personal access to quality publication in hardcover, trade paperback, custom leather-bound, and full-color formats.