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Cheng Lee is the owner of a failing accordion shop where he works as an instrument repairman. When a small package arrives, it launches the shopkeeper on a crazy, magical journey.

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Why Choose Written Dreams Publishing?

Written Dreams Publishing is a small, independent press publisher of fiction and nonfiction books based out of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Founded in 2011, we work with new and established authors. Brittiany Koren, Founder of Written Dreams believes in the writer wholeheartedly and wants to help writers fulfill their writing and publishing dreams.

Written Dreams isn’t the typical publisher. We believe it’s important for writers to grow, not only getting better at their craft but by learning how marketing their books is important, too. We teach authors how to write better stories, and brand themselves and their books so more readers can discover them.

Brittiany Koren’s true passion is editing. She’s edited thousands of novels, memoirs, and short stories, many of which have been nominated for and won awards. It’s her goal to help writers tell the best story that they can.

In 1997, Brittiany Koren walked into a book store and discovered a whole new world. An aspiring writer at the time, she wanted to learn how to get published. She found legendary anthologist and book packager Martin H. Greenberg, and later found out he was best friends with science fiction author Isaac Asimov and mystery author Ed Gorman. During Brittiany’s years at Tekno Books under Marty’s tutelage, 2500 different books were published, many with New York Times bestselling authors and celebrities. Marty always said “The writer is the underdog in this industry, and it’s our job to support them.”

Thanks to our team of excellent copy-editors and designers, Written Dreams Publishing is set to release 40 titles within 2017/2018, including books by political analyst Paul M. Lisnek and multi-platinum artist Rick Roberts.

New Releases

Dorothy Never Got Down Like This

A memoir written by Erin Hunsader, a Midwest girl, who had dreams of going to New York to study playwriting. Just what happens to Erin on her journey is astounding. 

Assume Guilt

When Chicago’s top real estate developer and aspiring politician Charles Marchand is charged with the death of his wife, Sandra, loyalty to an old friend pushes Matt into signing on as the jury consultant for the defense. But the case is about much more than guilt or innocence.