This is the home page of the webring established for those who have brought professional book publishing and writing to this, the communication medium of the third millennia.
Membership in this webring is limited to publishers of book length work in electronic format, e-books, who review, select and invest in that work and to the writers whose work they have published. This criteria includes both full professional editing and providing cover art, at no cost to the author.
It is intended to aid readers in the search for excellence and professional writing skill in books available on-line.
It is also intended to aid writers in selecting publishers to which to submit their work. Both the submission process and standard contract are examined before membership in this ring is granted to a publisher. Membership is not limited to writers whose work is published by them, but the publisher of that work will be reviewed by the ring master before membership is approved. If that publisher meets the criteria for this webring, the writer's site will be added and the publisher will be invited to join.
The ring code will be sent immediately upon application. Please e-mail the ringmaster when the ring logo is in place on the web site.
One author and "vanity" publishers will not be admitted to this ring, with one exception; well established writers who offer previously published, or new, work themselves, in electronic format, are most welcome. I quite understand the reasons you choose to do so. However, my knowledge of writers is rather genre specific, so please include a bibliography in the request.
Due to a number of recent applications for ring membership which I have had to refuse, I feel it necessary to stress again that a writer must have a book length work published by, or forthcoming from, an e-book publisher which meets ring criteria to join the ring. I ask that writers who feel they meet the exception noted in the paragraph preceding this one to e-mail me with the reason when they apply for ring membership.
On behalf of the members of 3rd Millennium Pros webring, I would like to thank Digital Blasphemy for allowing us to use The Guardian in our logo.