Your Book, Your Business
and Beyond

Why Union Square Publishing

We focus on making publishing a partnership. Through collaboration and a team approach publishing is made easier and more profitable while providing business skill and global reach.  

We combine industry-best experience with business creativity and expertise, then collaborate to help realize the possibilities you created from the first moment you set pen to paper.  

Choose Union Square Publishing to help you achieve the goal of publishing your book; then work with us to leverage your strengths, identify ways to rapidly scale the business beyond the book, and generate success from your passion.


1. Non-fiction

Literature based in fact, including biographies, autobiographies, business, cooking, health and
fitness, pets, crafts, home decorating, languages, travel, home improvement, religion, art and music, history, educational, self-help, true-crime, science, humor and more.

2. Self-Help

Literature for those that focus on personal development, business development, conscious or alternative spirituality, body-mind-spirit, self-help and more.



3. Fiction

Literature created from the imagination such as, mysteries, science fiction, romance, action, fantasy, children's, chick lit, crime thrillers and more.

4. Faith

Literature that provides spiritual inspiration to the reader. This includes inspirational writings, higher power, overcoming adversity, books that uplift, morals, values, life-lessons, unconventional viewpoints and more.



Authors that want a publisher with firsthand experience of traditional publishing, fused with the latest technologies and results.



Authors become part of our Algorithms for Success trademarked Ecosystem which establishes the best future for the author and title.



The team has a combined 80 years of experience in the publishing industry, having published more than 1,400 authors since 2008.


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  • If You Build Better Metadata, Readers Will Come

    Metadata: the science behind selling books. No really, metadata is the nitty gritty details that are behind your book, make up your book, and frankly, stamped on your book’s cover. It’s the data that helps readers find and discover your book, for example, the title, the author, the genre, the themes, et cetera. It’s something […]

  • The Benefits of the Digital in Reading

    There are many different ways to consume books now thanks to advancements in the publishing industry. One of the best positives to come out is that you can literally read a book anywhere and everything, or even have them read to you. They’ve also perhaps provided one of the most important benefits as well: making […]

  • Are Small Publishers Doing all the Work for the Big Publishers?

    It’s no secret that big publishers often publish books written by those whose first books were published by smaller publishers. It’s how most of the “big four” publishers gain their new authors now, but it leaves the little guys of the industry to be the ones taking the risk of publishing unknown authors. Authors are also […]

  • Kickstarter Hits a Publishing Milestone

    Kickstarter has been making news in the publishing world by getting much use from indie publishing. Most of the projects that get successfully funded are genres that usually get underserved by traditional publishing, such as diversity and LGBT. Other indie publishers are using Kickstarter to successfully fund projects that traditional publishers are hesitant to publish […]

  • How Publishers Can Build on Self-Publishing’s Victories

    The past ten years have been an exciting time in the publishing industry, especially considering the popularity of the eBook and how it has entered the mainstream and changed the game considerably. Now we’re seeing a stabilization of eBooks in the industry with their amount of sales dropping, but that’s to be expected as they’ve […]

  • Do We Really Need to Innovate the Reading Experience?

    With all the technological advancements pushing us forward as a society, unsurprisingly there have been numerous efforts to innovate in the publishing industry as well. The landscape has been undoubtedly changed by eBooks and eReaders and the different reading experience they offer. But is the reading experience something that needs to be changed? Well, yes and no. Some people […]

  • Publishers are reeling from Trump’s win, but the news is not all bad

    The results from the recent presidential election have potentially catastrophic ramifications, not just in American but worldwide. And already is it creating rippling effects in the publishing industry. Publishers, like the rest of us, are scrambling to find out what it means and how it’s going to affect the industry. Some have already used the time since the results were […]

  • Is Audio Really the Future of the Book?

    Audio books are becoming bigger and more popular than ever despite the age old question of whether or not they really are books since you, well, don’t read them. Now that eBooks are becoming more commonplace and are now too old to really be the “new and exciting” thing in the book industry, it seems […]

  • What Barnes & Noble Doesn’t Get About Bookstores

    It’s hard to imagine a world without a Barnes & Noble, isn’t it? Thanks to Amazon and its unbeatable book selling power, the chain of bookstores has been hit hard by a lack of sales. After cycling through several CEOs, B&N seems to be finally trying out new tactics; but is it enough to gain […]

  • 5 Surprising Trends in the Book Industry

    The publishing industry is never predictable and always in a state of change. Whenever there’s news about how the industry is in such a state of decline, there’s always another report stating that everything’s just fine. Such is so in the publishing world, so should we really be surprised some trends we thought were on […]