What is Tubby & Coo's Collection?

Created about 2 years ago by John Robin with 3 comments
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John robin   author bio photo 1   scarf John Robin · Author · added about 2 years ago
Thanks @Jeremy Thomas . Tubby & Coo’s asked me for the full manuscript but I had a few clarifying questions on how their process works with Inkshares so I’m waiting to hear from them. I’d love to work with them just as long as Blood Dawn has one launch, not two. By the sounds of it, they want to publish books to help them hit 750, and after that time the book would be taken out of production, then re-released as a new edition with Inkshares.
162980 10150347252315626 6077063 n Joseph Terzieva · Author · edited about 2 years ago · 2 likes
@Tubby and Coo's Mid-City Book Shop Do you want to make a post in the forum to give background on your collection for any prospective authors?
John robin   author bio photo 1   scarf John Robin · Author · edited about 2 years ago · 2 likes
I just received an email from Tubby & Coo's Mid-City bookstore saying that my book has been submitted to their collection. I have no idea what this is about and did my best to find out more about them. They advertise a fully traditional publishing model for my book if it's chosen, but without knowing more about them I don't know how to read deeper into that.

Can anyone at Inkshares tell me more about this? How does it compare to Quill? What is it? Is there any partnership with Inkshares or is this an independent vendor?