Adaptable Ink is a multiethnic publishing boutique for wholesome hearts. This house seeks to publish adventurous multiracial, and ethnically diverse fiction, from picture books to new adult novels.
Growing up in generational poverty, and after advancing for ten years in the publishing industry, the biracial founder (a comprehensive editor, book judge, reviewer, illustration critic, and consultant) had never read a novel with a biracial protagonist nor interracial families. This sparked a desire to start a niche publishing house with literacy initiatives for reluctant to advanced readers.
“84% of Black children are bad at math and 85% are functionally illiterate by the time they reach eighth grade.” - Winsome Sears, Virginia Lieutenant Governor helping children to reach their educational potential (2022).
Like any passionate start-up company, this Biracial-Black woman-owned business accepts financial gifts that assist individual title production costs ranging from $5k to $10k until momentum is reached. Your gift is not tax-deductible. You can pay upfront or pay over time. Thank you for your time. We welcome your generosity today.