Self-publishing with AuthorHouse allows William Robert Webb III to be his own editor:
You have complete control over the content and as such are not restricted to the norms of contemporary publishing. Other people are not second guessing your work. You are your own editor (unless you ask a friend to help you). It’s a completely freeing up experience in which you are given total freedom. Yes, I’m being redundant, but I get to be my own editor.
Self-publishing with AuthorHouse gives author Patrick G Cox the control he wants:
Having now self-published four books, I have found the best aspect of this process is the control I have over the final content, layout and presentation. It is all my own work, from the story, through the cover design and image and layout. As I have several other books published ‘traditionally,’ I am very aware of how little control an author usually has over these aspects.
AuthorHouse helped self-published author Tom Geiger pass his wisdom on to his children:
It gave purpose to my passion. It provided a way to communicate my thoughts to my children, to give them guidance as I could not be there with them. They can pick up my book anytime and be with me–a single Dad with my children 13 hours away.