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Authors’ experiences

There is no clearer indication of the successful relationships we have built with thousands of academics over the years than their own views of the experience.


“I have worked with many presses, all around the world, and I can say that I have greatly enjoyed working with Cambridge Scholars, and the very fine results. When we see a still relatively new publisher joining the wider community of publishers, authors and editors we have to celebrate - especially when they arrive and grow with such enthusiasm and commitment. Whether an author, an editor or indeed another publisher, we each can appreciate this energy, and it helps invigorate things more widely. Cambridge Scholars has shown a commitment to advancing the exchange of human knowledge that is clearly very exciting."

Professor Graeme Harper is Dean of the Honors College, Professor at Oakland University, Michigan, USA, and an Honorary Professor in the United Kingdom


"I have appreciated and enjoyed, so very much, working with all the wonderful people at Cambridge Scholars; theirs is a great team. Throughout our relationship there only has been graciousness, consideration, and professionalism on their part. Cambridge Scholars are servant leaders of the first order, which distinguishes them from other publishing houses.”   

Dr. Ron D. Petitte is a tenured Professor of Politics & Government at Bryan College in Tennessee, and Director of the Bryan College Center for Leadership & Justice.


"I would highly recommend working with Cambridge Scholars, who are not afraid to take a chance on an exciting new project and are skilled at providing assistance with all phases of the publication process….They supported me with professional and high quality editing…our cover graphics were a collaboration with an amazing graphics editor; four published books later, it remains my favourite cover ever."

Dr Lynn Zubernis is a Clinical Psychologist and Professor at West Chester University of Pennsylvania


"I always feel that my knowledge is valued and remains at the forefront of what the final product looks like. Knowing that there is always advice at hand, yet also having a deal of academic freedom has been a refreshing experience. This allows each volume to have its own unique flavor, ensuring that we remain true to our own discipline and the many idiosyncrasies that it entails."

Dr Peter Whiteman is the Head of the Department of the Institute of Early Childhood, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia


"I have worked with a number of different publishing houses and none has been so helpful, so supportive or so accommodating as Cambridge Scholars Publishing. I had the pleasure of working with great editors whose guidance and expertise proved invaluable to me. They made the process both painless (where it had not always been before) and straightforward. I was very pleasantly surprised by the quick turnaround time: the time from the manuscript being submitted to publication of the finished book was impressively short."

Dr Mark S. Ellis is the Executive Director of the International Bar Association (IBA)