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In the Press

Esquire Publications Article

Written By: Christina Sloan


Esquire Publications came to life in February 2010 once one woman with a story was determined to become a published author. Elva Thompson-Chase created her company once she couldn’t get her own book published. She chose not to go the traditional route of self-publishing, but take it to the next step and start her own publishing company to help publish the stories of other authors.


Esquire Publications is a Florida-based book-publishing house well known for its vast fiction and non-fiction works. Their publications have been distributed throughout the United States, in the United Kingdom, and in Africa. Their team provides services from step one in the publishing process and assists every step of the way.


They have several different package plans for budding authors to select from once their book has been selected for publication. Elva Thompson-Chase says that Esquire Publications is a step-by-step walk-through process to fully assist their authors. All of their plans include full editing and proofreading, ISBN/LCCN assignment, online and major distribution, and international eBook distribution. The different plans include a certain amount of complimentary books, and access to promotional items such as personalized tote bags, coffee mugs, press releases, and author book trailers.


Esquire Publications works closely with Designs Unparallel, LLC, which provides book jacket designs and typography assistance to create the book that the client has always envisioned.


The publishing company helps set up books on Amazon for purchase as well as getting on the shelves in Barnes and Noble. They have assisted over 40 authors such as Dr. William DuBrin, Bianca Simone, Clarence Barbee, and Dr. Danilo Polanco, in publishing their works. They are publishing 1000 titles per year. Esquire Publications' website features all of their authors and their works and has them available for purchase. In addition, Esquire Publications has been featured in the Daytona Beach News Journal.

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