Looking for New Authors

Welcome to our publishing venture Book Case Engine.

Book Case Engine-v2.4-medlargeWe are still small but growing steadily, and just every small fish we dream of getting bigger . . .

We have published in Fiction, Thriller, Self-Help and YA fiction genres so far. Check out our author pages.

We are however eager to hear from you and to consider your work for publication.  We are actively looking for original voices in YA and MG fiction, literary fiction, genre fiction, especially crime/thriller/mystery, romance, self-help, and great science, sociological and historical manuscripts. We offer both E-book and print contract.

Agents and Writers interested in sending us your work, should send us a short query first. Visit the Book Case Engine Tab for our submission guidelines.

We runs several Series such as Books We Live by, which only covers Classics from around the world,  Noir Matters about everything thrillers, Crime, and mystery, and Heart Matters everything about romance and the body.

We are also eager to receive manuscripts in foreign languages (untranslated literature) to publish them in their original language and/or in translation.  We accept Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, and Russian projects.

Write to us at the following address.

Last week for PBS Campaign

This is our last week to reach our goal.  We are still very much a long way from it, Books du Jour needs your help to spread the word about our campaign and tell all your friends that we need their support to move on to PBS:  to DONATE follow the link on picture below, and find out what we offer.

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Well, if you are reading this it is because you have not clicked on the link.  We have great books and services to offer for your support.  Such as the list of authors below who will sit down with you for a coffee. Here are some of the authors who are participating in the Books du Jour campaign: Nicola Kraus and Emma McLaughlin, Chris Pavone, Amy Sohn, Rick Moody, Sheri Fink, Jeanine Cummings, Joan Silber, Alice Cohen, Lodro Rinzler, Allan Topol, Jackson Kaguri, Scott Turow, M J Rose, T. Jefferson Parker, Boris Fishman, George Prochnik, Kerry Zukus, Edie Meidav, Caroline Leavitt, Heather Terrell, Anne Korkeakivi, Raymond Khoury, Gwen Edelman, and the list may just get longer . . .  Click on picture above to see the detail and DONATE.

The Books du Jour Team

Launching our PBS – Kickstarter Campaign

We have launched our fundraising campaign on Kickstarter. We need your help to move on to PBS:

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Here are some of the authors who are participating in our campaign.  They will sit down with you for coffee for sure: Nicola Kraus and Emma McLaughlin, Chris Pavone, Amy Sohn, Rick Moody, Sheri Fink, Jeanine Cummings, Joan Silber, Alice Cohen, Lodro Rinzler, Allan Topol, Jackson Kaguri, Scott Turow, M J Rose, T. Jefferson Parker, Boris Fishman, George Prochnik, Kerry Zukus, Edie Meidav, Caroline Leavitt, Heather Terrell, Anne Korkeakivi, Raymond Khoury, Gwen Edelman, and the list may just get longer . . .  Click on picture above to see our perks.

The Books du Jour Team

Books du Jour going to PBS

Morning Everyone,

As hinted here and there over the last few weeks, I’m pleased to announce that our weekly book- focused TV program, Books du Jour, will go on bigger things.  Indeed, after our great first season partnership with NYC Media, whose participation as a co-producer added tremendous value to the production, we are now moving into syndication nationwide via PBS.

PBS is the perfect platform for our cultural program.  It will give our participating authors, books featured and sponsors, a significant increase in exposure, roughly moving from our current 20 million people in the North East to a potential 80 millions statewide.

The terms and dates of future broadcast have yet to be determined, but we are looking for an early Fall roll out.  The only obstacle to the whole venture will reside in our ability to pay the hefty broadcasting fees.  Indeed, under the PBS categorization, Books du Jour falls under a life-style program and therefore is not entitled to any licensing broadcasting fees.  To reach our goals and as many people as possible, the program must rely entirely on sponsorships.  To this end, within a couple of weeks, we will launch a small fundraising campaign via Kickstarter to make this dream come true.

Books du Jour, along with its predecessor, Book Case TV, is the only weekly TV program in the American landscape completely devoted to books and the people who write them, without any restriction.  A country of 300 million plus citizens deserves a nationwide weekly TV book series.
If you love books and want a chance to learn more about your favorite authors, if you believe in books’ moral and cultural values, here is your chance to manifest your voice and show us your support.

Looking forward to hearing from you

Frederic Colier, Executive Producer