Galilee Reflective: Books under this imprint aim to be compelling reads that encourage deep reflection, inspire action, and elicit thoughtful responses. Our goal is to be an integral part of ongoing conversations, engaging readers with a commitment to exploring diverse perspectives. Topics include leadership, ministry, the intersection of faith and culture, and perspectives on contemporary issues. Authors are expected to demonstrate expertise in their addressed subjects.
Galilee Biographical: Our biographical books aspire to be captivating narratives that foster reflection, inspire transformative action, and prompt thoughtful responses. The primary objective is to offer an engaging exploration of the human experience through the lens of historically grounded commitments. These narratives actively participate in ongoing conversations, encouraging readers to reflect on and grapple with complex issues in contemporary society. Authors submitting proposals for the Galilee Biographical Imprint should craft narratives that delve into the depths of life's journeys, exploring authenticity and addressing tough questions faced by society today while upholding historically grounded commitments.
Galilee Academic: Academic books strive to showcase the breadth and diversity of knowledge, sharing groundbreaking insights within its broad educational expression. This imprint includes college and seminary textbooks, commentaries, reference books, and scholarly monographs in biblical, theological, and related disciplines.
Please include the appropriate imprint—Galilee Reflective, Galilee Biographical or Galilee Academic—in the subject line when submitting your proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your proposal must include:
- A brief description of the proposed book
- The unique contribution of the book and why you feel it must be published
- The table of contents, including a two or three-sentence description of each chapter
- Your intended reader
- Your curriculum vitae, including your qualifications to write the book
The proposal should be no more than five pages. If we are interested, we will respond within six weeks. Otherwise, you should assume that the proposal does not work for us.
All other unsolicited submissions, including fiction, poetry, devotionals, or illustrations, are not accepted by Galilee.
Thank you for your interest in publishing with Galilee.
Authors who believe that the traditional path to publishing aligns with their needs should contemplate creating a book proposal and reaching out to our literary agents. These agents serve as intermediaries between the author and Galilee Publications, ensuring effective representation and leveraging their platform.
Galilee Publishing operates a self-publishing imprint, Galilee Press, in collaboration with Author Solutions. Please refer below for additional details on the process of self-publishing your book.
Galilee exists to help authors develop a book proposal and platform. Through the information and courses Author Gateway offers, authors can learn how traditional book contracts are earned. Click [here](#) for information on what Author Gateway offers and for answers to your publishing questions.
In addition, "The Writer’s Manual of Style" by our Galilee editor, Marc Kowalski, can be a helpful resource as you write and edit your manuscript.
Through an established alliance between Galilee Publishing and Authors Solutions, Galilee Press offers publishing packages that have enabled thousands of authors to self-publish all genres of books focusing on values & morals, inspirational themes, and family values. Galilee also offers a broad range of services, including illustrations, editorial, and marketing options.
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