Welcome to Green Ink Publishing

We make your book happen.

You've written a book. Congratulations! But in today's competitive world, getting a book published and reaching out to a wide readership is a challenge.

Green Ink will make your book happen. We publish your work and give it the form and freedom to be read and appreciated by people around the world.

We're a happy middle path between a traditional publisher and a self-publisher. Your manuscript must meet our basic standards of quality but we help you polish your manuscript with a round of professional editing, format it and print it the way you like. You can control various aspects of the publishing through a dedicated project manager, or leave it to us to take care of the nitty-gritty so you can be free to focus on creating your next work.

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Accepting manuscripts now!

Fiction and non-fiction manuscripts in various genres are invited for publishing. Click here to submit your manuscript, if it complies with our submission guidelines.

Why Green Ink?

In this electronic age, the world of publishing is changing. New technologies are available to present content in different ways to readers. People are reading e-books as well as paper books; they read on the computer, on the move, and on handheld devices. Green Ink Publishing is an effort by a young, tech-savvy team to capitalize on the opportunities presented by these developments through its Author Assisted Packaged Publishing (AAPP).

Promoted by Pothi.com, India's leading print-on-demand (POD) backed publishing platform, Green Ink has the capability and know-how to create books in print as well as in different e-book formats that can be read on various devices and e-book readers around the world. We offer print-on-demand (POD) technology, so the author does not face an upfront publishing cost. International distribution can be undertaken easily, using other POD channels such as Amazon.com's createspace. Our publishing process makes full use of online marketing and distribution channels, which many traditional publishers do not understand very well and therefore don't take advantage of.