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I definitely understand. I myself started out writing and did not know too much at all about publishing, so I went through a print on demand company to do my first book. Now, four years later, I have my own company, which is led by God in every aspect from formation, to how we accept manuscripts, to marketing/advertising, cover design, and who we enter into business with.
God has brought us some wonderful authors and opened great doors for us. We do have a major Distribution through channels such as Ingram, major bookstore chains (Barnes & Noble, Borders, Family Christian Stores, etc), we do partner with several major church bookstores (some over 10,000 member churches), we do author interviews through christian radio, magazines (online & print), book trailers/interviews on our site, book signings, and much more. As I said, God is working through us and giving us great ideas for our authors.
I pray I answered your question.
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However, all rights remain with the author. The completed books are the writer's property, and the writer gets all the proceeds of sales.