INDIEGO PUBLISHING will transform your manuscript into a perfectly edited and beautifully designed book published worldwide through Ingram Book Group’s wholesale distribution as a paperback and hardback, and as an ebook and audiobook. We have high standards of excellence, and we deliver the best for our authors through collaboration, creativity, and the intelligent use of metadata. Here at INDIEGO we use the hybrid-indie publishing model so that you receive 100% of your retail sales royalties from purchases your readers make on Amazon.

We are excited to announce a new plan for 2020 that offers one all-inclusive fee for all the services needed to take your book from unedited Word doc to published book: editing, proofreading, beta readers and early reviews, design, typesetting, formatting, publishing, and initial marketing initiatives, payable in six monthly payments to make it easy on your budget, all based on the total original unedited word count of your book manuscript. Please note: To maintain our high standards of quality and excellence, INDIEGO only publishes books that we have edited. Our thorough editing involves much more to prepare a book for publication than mere copy-editing. We will make your book publication ready and the best in its genre. WELCOME TO INDIEGO PUBLISHING!


New Releases Summer 2020

INDIEGO PUBLISHING is proud to announce the upcoming release of two new books for authors Iain M. MacLeod and Patrick G. Cox. 

Wheels Galore! - Adaptive Cars, Wheelchairs, and a Vibrant Daily Life with Cerebral Palsy by Iain M. MacLeod

Through wit, wisdom, great storytelling and lived experience, author Iain MacLeod draws the reader into his vibrant life from childhood to the present, a life not defined by Cerebral Palsy, which he has had since the age of three. Racing from one adventure to the next on wheels galore, from his tricycle as a small child to his first wheelchair and his first car and many more adapted cars after that, he has had many exciting adventures. Iain has travelled throughout his native Scotland, as well as to America and Europe, all with the desire to go as fast as possible and accomplish everything he can. He hopes to inspire children and adults of any age to rise above the perceived limitations of disability and live life their way, to the fullest extent, with grace, guts, and gusto.

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Harry Heron: Hope Transcends by Patrick G. Cox

In Harry Heron: Hope Transcends, the sixth and final book in the series, Harry faces insurmountable hurdles in his quest to defeat his enemies and reunite with Mary, the love of his life, his bride to be. Marooned on an alien planet to die a slow, miserable death along with a few of his crew members, he rises to the challenge as their Commander and proves that his knowledge, skill, fortitude and determination are enough to outwit their enemies. Meanwhile, his best friend, Commander Ferghal O'Connor, and his fellow officers of the NECS Fleet are working behind the scenes to bring down the Charonians and their human political component. Through it all, Harry's love for Mary, and her patient sweet hope for their soon-coming marriage, keeps him going despite all odds.

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Iain M. MacLeod,

10 Seconds That Changed My Life:

Janet Angelo is an excellent editor/publisher and is very good at her job. When I was looking for someone to edit my book, Janet came highly recommended. She did an exceptionally outstanding job of editing my book. Janet seemed to tune in to my style of writing. Any suggestions or alterations were done seamlessly and fitted comfortably with the book’s ambience and flow. 

Patrick G. Cox, 

A Baltic Affair, Limehouse Boys, Magnus Patricius: The Remarkable Life of St Patrick the Man, and The Harry Heron Adventure Series:

An author often stands so close to the story that you literally can’t see the gaps and the inconsistencies even after multiple overhauls. This is where your editor pulls you up short and steers you in the right direction. Of course you’ll want to keep your voice; a good editor knows that, and Janet is such an editor. Working with Janet has taught me that you have to keep a dialogue going on all manner of things if the book is to end up being the best it can be. Janet’s knowledge and experience of the publishing industry has been invaluable in shaping my books and my writing

Aaron J. Wright,

Daisy Has Autism:

Janet Angelo was instrumental in guiding me through the editing and indie publishing process. As a first time author it was comforting to have someone who was responsive to both my complex and most simple questions. I appreciate her critical eye and ability to navigate key junctures in the entire process. The response to Daisy Has Autism has been exceptionally positive, and I am very happy with the result.

Theresa Regan, 

Soul Cries, Understanding Autism in Adults and Aging Adults, and Understanding Autistic Behaviors:

“I am a busy mother and professional who has published two books, one through a larger self-publishing service and my second through IndieGo Publishing with Janet Angelo. Janet’s services stand out from the rest for many reasons, and I am thoroughly pleased with the results. She offers that great balance of close and timely involvement but with enough space for my own creative process and busy schedule. I already have an idea for my next book and can’t wait to publish with Janet in the future. I recommend her without reservation.”