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When scorpius rules the world…

Sometimes we sit around poking at the holes in our socks, dreaming of the day when we earn a living wage and can afford giant ads on the sides of London buses…

Fire, anyone?

Don’t forget that we design quality book covers for other publishers, self-publishing sites and cover design companies, so if you’re one of these companies and need a professional cover design produced for one of your authors, why not give us a shout? We cater for all genres and are extremely competitive when it comes to costs!

Out on the Wiley, windy moors…

I’m so excited to be able to reveal the cover for the first Scorpius Classic… Wuthering Heights.

Ah, the joys of progress!…

Armed with coffee and a panini, I had a full diary this morning (along with the added addition of homeschooling) and what do I find as I enter the office?

We do what with submissions…?

There’s been a flurry of submissions this week from hopeful writers, which is always lovely to see and gives us a warm feeling that an author would entrust our little company with their pride and joy. It’s why we try and do things differently…

It’s beginning to look at lot like…

It’s reasonably quiet in the office today and I’m slowly gearing up for xmas. We’ve got our special xmas appeal currently running at the moment…

We’re doing what…?

Here at Scorpius we never do things by halves, which is probably why we committed at the start to publish 15 titles in our first year… eeek!! We must have been mad!

And it burns, burns, burns…

I now have that song stuck in my head!
Anyhoo, here’s a sample book cover I’ve been working on for one of our publishing clients (whilst humming Johnny Cash over and over).

Being small isn’t so bad…

As has been proven with countless award-winning small publishers over the last few years, small independents can refresh parts of the book market that publishing giants cannot (and perhaps refuse) to reach.

If you go down to the woods today…

Two recent pieces of news from Scorpius towers, with our eyes now firmly fixed on the year’s exciting list:

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