We are proud to have Tate Publishing, an Oklahoma based publishing company, in our family of clients. From time to time we like to showcase our client's success in both Internet marketing as well in their own industry. So, we asked Ryan Tate, President of Tate Publishing to send us their top sellers by category for our readers to check-out and purchase.
The Adolescent Millionaire
by The Beatty Boys
by Rollan Roberts
Living the Supernatural Life Naturally
by Clifford Daugherty
How to Release the Potential in People
by Grant Mullen
Do You Know What You Don't Know?
by Bill Lisowski and John Mengelson
Sharing God's Love at School
by Katie A. Thompson
A Prairie Tale to Promote Autism Awareness & the Acceptance of Differences, in Yourself & in Others
by S. Charles Decker
by Bill W. Hash
by Brooke Griffin Petersen
by Larry Derryberry
by Cecil Mosenson
The Knowledge of Good and Evil 666
by Dr. Joye Jeffries Pugh
A Life Story
by Eric Thunander
by Denzil D. Garrison
by Jerry Jacover
The Psalm 83 Conspiracy Revealed
by Neill G. Russell
The Quest of Dan Clay: Book One
by T.J. Smith
by Shawn Hopkins
by DiDomenico, Kern, Ward & Yardumian
by Jamey A. Gilliland
A Personal Message from Ryan Tate
I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving and got to not only eat too much, but you were able to be with family and friends. Once again I am pleased to bring you some great news about Tate Publishing. We have much to be grateful for and were just told at the end of the week last week that we are once again leading all publishers.
Last week Ingram/Spring Arbor Wholesalers, the largest wholesaler in the industry informed us that we are the fastest growing publisher by sales volume they do business with and we are currently breaking into the top ten of the highest volume selling publisher as well.
This is an incredible honor and the results of incredible effort by both Tate Publishing and our wonderful authors. A publisher should be judged by not just the quality of the product they publish, but their ability to market, promote and sell that product.
A Tate published author has always had an incredible advantage and our marketing and distribution is truly second to none. These wonderful results and honors are a blessing an continued confirmation that authors can succeed when in a partnership with Tate Publishing.
I want to once again say congratulations to the Tate Publishing staff and authors for this success. We couldn’t be more excited about the future and are looking forward to an incredible 2009!!!
Great job to all,
Tate Publishing Information
Tate Publishing Company
127 East Trade Center Terrace
Mustang, OK 73064
Phone: (405) 376-4900
Fax: (405) 376-4401
Tate Publishing Reviews
Here are some testimonials from authors who have had their works published by Tate Publishing:
It has been a pleasure from day one to have had such a wonderful publishing company choose to publish my book. Out of all the publishers on the Internet, I chose Tate Publishing as my first choice and have had absolutely no regrets ever since. You and your staff have always seen fit to answer any questions I had and never with any delay. I'm a first time author and had so many absurd questions to say the least and they have only been met with polite understanding and knowledge. I have been made to feel most welcome in the Tate family and am proud of the honor. Thank you very much for this wonderful opportunity to be a part of Tate Publishing & Enterprises, LLC."
Author Deborah Guignet
"Everyone (and mean everyone) at Tate Publishing has been a pleasure to work with. The Tate family makes their authors feel apart of the family and not just a number within a large corporation. It is obvious that you hire those not only with a blessed gift, but those with their heart in their work."
Author Phyllis Riley
"Everyone I have dealt with, beginning with Dr Tate, have always been very positive and encouraging, unlike many of the horror stories I've heard from some of my friends who worked for years to get their book published. I am one more happy first time author whose dream has become reality with the guidance of a great publisher. Thank you again."
Author Kent Sutherland
"I had my lawyer read over the contract. He himself is a published author, and he was so jealous of the contract they had offered. Being a teacher, I have learned to research everything I involve myself in, and I looked into many other publishers; from my findings and experience Tate was the only publisher that was pro-author. I truly believe that they are one of the few companies that actually live by their mission statement and the work of their staff reflects those beliefs."
Author Joanne Saunders
"Tate Publishing has spoiled us with consistent courtesy, professionalism, and timely efficiency. Everything you promised came through right on target."
Author Barbara Newton
"What a warm response from everyone at Tate. Since there are SO many people (smile), if you would be so kind to let everyone there know how grateful I am for working with me. For being patient, understanding, and ever gracious. I am proud to present my book and say that Tate Publishing is my publisher. Each one of you is first class."
Author Terri Arnett
"I am new to the publishing industry and have come across several publishing companies. My encounters with them contrasted with my encounters with Tate Publishing have been remarkably different. Your website was exceptional. The amount of information your website and e-mail supply is sufficient enough that I know exactly what you want, how you want it and what you plan to do with my manuscript. In comparison there are other publishing companies that have supplied me with no information, no details and no plan of action. In my opinion your customer service is number one. You returned both my e-mails and phone calls, your receptionist was pleasant to speak with and represented your company admirably. Whereas other publishing companies don't seem to really care about customer relations. They don't return e-mails, phone calls and their telephone skills are abysmal. They give the impression that my phone call is an annoyance to their existence."
Author Justin Griffin