Welcome to Favors Publications!
Favors Publications is the publishing arm of The Regina Y. Favors Learning Center, dba Favors Learning Center. This page introduces the subsidiary and outlines policy. Favors Publications has created an April 2022 digital titles catalog, which is available below. The print version will be available soon. Here is quick access to the titles catalog.
Favors Publications writes, publishes, and sells both academic and commercial books on various topics. We also publish and manage the distribution of learning management solutions (LMS) products. As a publisher, we are currently operating as a sole proprietorship subsidiary of The Regina Y. Favors Learning Center, dba Favors Learning Center (FLC). FLC is a learning management solutions provider.
Favors Learning Center creates, designs, distributes, and manages LMS products. Favors Learning Center is the parent company of Favors Writing Management, a communications management provider. All three companies coordinate the writing, developing, and promoting of both print and digital learning materials.
The mission of Favors Publications is to serve as a printing medium for all Favors branded products, both print and digital, and contract commercial requests.
Favors Publications provides the printing medium for all company documents and title products, both in-house and commercial.
Favors Publications manages multiple presses and/or printing mediums.
Favors Publications Titles publishes the official title catalog for all print and digital products.
English Hall Press publishes all English and English language learning teaching materials in print and digital formats. Products include Favors English Outlines.
Favors Educational Books publishes all academic books, including entrance writing exam and exam prep titles.
Favors Psychology Topics Press publishes self-help books on various psychology topics and will publish the business textbooks and commercial products created under Favors Writing Management.
Favors Psychology Journal publishes scholarly research on chronic homelessness and homeless recovery, marriage recovery, financial recovery, and life recovery coaching.
Favors Film Analysis Books publishes companion titles of select films.
Favors Digital Projects publishes all online content on main, related, and social media websites for title projects.
Favors Digital Humanities Projects publishes all online scholarly content for journal and books.
Favors Writing Fellowship publishes winning contest submissions.
Favors Inspirational Books publishes all creative writing titles, including novels, film scripts and religious guides.
Favors Town Hall Guides publishes political education pamphlets on topics related to bridging the gap between citizens and law enforcement. The press also publishes visual aids, case studies, and suggested recommendations.
The development of presses and printing mediums is in development. Topic choices and target audiences for all presses are subject to change based on capacity and research.
Favors Publications accepts manuscripts on both English and Psychology topics. The policy for manuscript submissions is in development.
The policy for author guidelines is in development.
The policy for editorial guidelines is in development.
For information about Favors Publications and clarification of title catalog(s) policies, please contact our Publishing Director.
Regina Y. Favors
President and Publishing Director, Favors Publications
The main website for Favors Publications is Regina Y. Favors, www.reginayfavors.com. The development of a separate website is ongoing. On the main site are links to related sites.
About Favors Learning Center
The Regina Y. Favors Learning Center, d.b.a. Favors Learning Center, is a registered (inactive) government contractor and learning management solutions provider. The sole proprietor is an IRS-registered entity, operating initially out of San Diego, CA, operating today out of Dallas, TX. FLC develops online learning materials.
The current vision of Favors Learning Center is to become the preferred provider of educational materials that focus on overcoming setback through rebounding and life recovery and overcoming academic setback by focusing on feedback. The vision is subject to change as commercial capacity changes.
All FLC products are in development as well as the full curriculum and online medium. The YouTube channels and social media products represent the foundation for the curriculum and are subject to change.
The Favors Store will be an e-Commerce store for all Favors branded products. Favors Publications will manage the store. Currently, Favors Publications does not accept payment requests via this site (www.reginayfavors.com). The hyperlinked title links to Amazon.com where all Favors branded products are housed.
Favors Publications Titles Catalog
The digital copy of the Favors Publications Titles Catalog, April 2022 Volume 1, Issue 1 edition is now available. A print version with sample content will be available soon. Please review the titles catalog and click the “Books” tab on this site or the links within the catalog. Thank you for purchasing Favors branded products. Once the catalog is available on Amazon, then it will be hyperlinked for easy access.
Since January 2012, Favors Learning Center initiated strategic planning for Favors Publications. As of 2022, Favors Publications is marketing current titles housed under “Books” on the www.reginayfavors.com website and on Amazon.com. Engagement with future websites and mediums is in development.
Favors Publications will also publish corporate materials under FLC that will include company annual reports, business plans, test taking manuals, employee handbooks, and college prep materials.
For the first two years of operation, FLC will continue to work with a self-publishing company to generate revenue. FLC will follow this up by formally establishing the publishing company in two years, approximately 2024. Favors Publications will serve as the publishing arm (subsidiary) for FLC.
Favors Writing Management will provide manual and report writing services for small businesses, agencies, and/or organizations. Favors Publications may independently publish commercial books or serve as the independent contractor for the entity.
All Favors branded products are bound and printed through Kindle Demand Publishing (KDP), an Amazon.com product.
Favors branded products are not currently available for purchase on the www.reginayfavors.com website. However, you can visit Amazon.com and related entities where applicable to purchase titles. Current title products fall under multiple series. They are available in both print and eBook formats. Click the links to access and purchase each title.
Bait, Hook & Switch Series Books
Casebook Series Books
Overcoming Toxic Relationships: Toxic Encounters Casebook Series (By end of April 2022)
Life Recovery Series Books
Financial Recovery Series Books
Favors Financial Recovery Seminar: Psychological Approaches to Overcoming Financial Setback (By end of April 2022)
Overcoming Setback Series Books
Pre-Singles Counseling Series Books
Pre-Singles Counseling Coaching Curriculum Seminar (By end of April 2022)
Homeless Recovery Series Books
Favors Writing Center Handbook
Favors Writing Management is currently revising a past product titled The FAVORS Glossary, which has its own WordPress website and print title. The FAVORS Glossary is a list of popular feedback comments professors write within the margins of student essays. The glossary grows from a primary concern for college students who struggle with the process of revising academic papers and applying margin comments during the revision process.
It serves as a comprehensive solution to help bridge the communication gap between English professors and students of writing and research papers. It answers the question, “What does my professor mean by this?” The main title and related titles are still available for view and purchase on Amazon.com, but these are considered sample copies given the new revision purpose. The titles are undergoing heavy revision.
The accompanying website has changed from www.thefavorsglossary.wordpress.com to www.favorswritingtips.com to www.favorswritingcenter.com. Development of the last website is ongoing. Favors Writing Center will be an online resource for first-year composition instructors and students engaged in the revision planning process.
Favors Writing Center is a product of Favors Learning Center Online Products, a product of Favors Learning Center, which is in development.
The following represents the main title and related titles.
Full Textbook Version
The FAVORS Glossary: Guide to Using Margin Comments for Revising Academic Essays
The FAVORS Glossary of Margin Comments: Revising the First Draft
The FAVORS Glossary of Margin Comments: Revising the Second Draft
The FAVORS Glossary of Margin Comments: Revising for Grammar
The FAVORS Glossary of Margin Comments: Revising the Thesis and Topic Sentences
The FAVORS Glossary of Margin Comments: Revising Supporting Evidence
The FAVORS Glossary of Margin Comments: Revising for Transition and Unity
The FAVORS Glossary of Margin Comments: Revising Analysis
The following sections represent the policies of Favors Publications products. All policies are subject to change without notice.
Favors Publications currently does not offer a title discount program for eBooks. However, sales discounts on paperback and hardcover books may apply based on high demand. Discounts may apply to all site visitors, including both academic and professional categories. Site visitors include visits to www.reginayfavors.com (when payment access becomes available), Facebook eStore (if appliable), and any related site where Favors branded products are promoted and sold. This will include The Favors Store.
Discount rates for bulk requests may be available on proposal and/or request. Bulk rates are primarily for academic institutions, related educational institutions, and all non-booksellers. Related educational institutions include English language learning centers.
Our Orders Programming includes guidelines for requesting examination copies, submitting bulk requests, and ordering retailer copies.
Desk/exam and complimentary copies are at the discretion of the Publishing Director, Favors Publications. All shipping and handling charges and applicable sales tax are waived for each requested desk copy.
Desk copy requests may be initiated by the Publishing Director to prospective customers and/or clientele. Desk copy requests from students will be refused immediately. Appropriate entities may submit requests via email: email@example.com.
Bulk requests of listed titles are at the discretion of the Publishing Director, Favors Publications. Bulk requests must be paid in advance. Discounts on bulk requests are at the discretion of the Publishing Director, Favors Publications. Discounted bulk requests usually apply to academic institutions at a negotiated rate and will be applied to the invoice total. Bulk requests are classified as 100 or more print units (100+). Bulk requests and/or discounts do not apply to shipping and handling and sales tax charges.
Institutions must submit a “Bulk Title Request” via email to our Publishing Director to receive the negotiated discounted rate. We will then submit an “Invoice for Payment” via our parent company’s registered PayPal address (firstname.lastname@example.org). Once we receive payment and/or payment clears, we will ship your materials within 3 to 5 business days. There may be a two-week window based on the publishing and printing timelines. The official name on our parent company’s PayPal account is: The Regina Y. Favors Learning Center.
High School Ordering
Favors Publications titles for academic institutions, including secondary school categories, may be subject to both desk copy and bulk requests. This includes the categories under both disciplines English and Psychology. Secondary schools may submit orders by contacting our Publishing Director. See the section “Bulk Requests” for more information.
Booksellers interested in carrying Favors Publications titles are encouraged to submit requests via email to the Publishing Director, Regina Y. Favors. We will review your request(s) and get back to you shortly. In your email message, please provide the following information:
- First name
- Last name
- City, State, Zip
- Type of Store
Please provide additional information concerning the titles you are requesting. Title discounts are subject to the discretion of the Publishing Director, Favors Publications.
Custom Book Ordering
Favors Publications does not currently offer a “Custom Books” program. We are in the process of developing this type of program to meet the needs of secondary and post-secondary Psychology and English departments, English language learning centers, and writing centers.
We are happy to provide copyright clearance for those publishing companies (and authors) that wish to reproduce content of Favors Publications titles within a textbook or related commercial work. You may submit requests via email to our Publishing Director. Please provide information concerning the title. Quotes for reprint rates are subject to the discretion of the Publishing Director. See the section “Permissions” for more information.
Favors Publications provides sale of international titles through the Amazon.com website. For titles originating outside of the U.S., you may purchase these titles through their international online retailers and affiliates.
Problem with an Order
Favors Publications aims to provide superior service to consumers, including students, affiliates, and institutions. If you have problems with a printed book, please contact our Publishing Director immediately via email (email@example.com) so we can process your request quickly. If you have placed an order for an eBook and/or digital download, please review the technical requirements housed on each online retailer website.
To date, all Favors Publications titles are compatible with the Amazon Kindle and related formats. In extreme cases where you have problems downloading the material to your mobile device (from the online retailer site), we will be glad to send you a PDF. Sharing is prohibited.
All return requests must be submitted primarily through the Amazon.com website. If you purchase a title through the www.reginayfavors.com by request, then returns are at the discretion of the Publishing Director, Favors Publications. Follow the directions on the return label, which are primarily applicable to Amazon.com returns policies.
Returns for Individual Orders
For titles purchased through online retailer affiliates and physical stores, returns of any Favors Publications titles are subject to the policy of that store.
For titles purchased through our eStores, main websites, and by email, you may return a title within 10 days of the date of receipt (online and/or print). Favors Publications will refund the purchase price plus applicable sales tax. We cannot refund costs associated with shipping and handling. We will discuss where to send the returned item via email.
To receive a refund, the title must be in a saleable condition. We define “saleable condition” as a book that is free from noticeable wear and tear; with a clean, unscratched surface; and one that is free from stains inside and outside of the textbook.
Please include a copy of the receipt (online and/or print) with the returned item. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Publishing Director, Favors Publications.
Returns for Booksellers
For titles purchased through online retailer affiliates and physical stores, returns of any Favors Publications title are subject to the policy of that store or online store.
All titles sold through Favors Publications via the main website and/or Publishing Director (via email) are returnable after the standard three months (3) from the sale date. We do not require booksellers to supply invoice numbers or seek written permission to return our titles.
Favors Publications must receive all titles in good, saleable condition. In this context, we define “saleable condition” as those textbooks that are free from price marks and/or stickers; free also from noticeable wear and tear; and free from stains inside/outside of the textbook. Booksellers must include a packing list with their returns and must ensure that transportation of titles is prepaid.
Favors Publications will issue full credit to those books that fall under the “saleable condition” category and arrive with an invoice. Booksellers that do not return titles with an invoice will receive a 45% discount credit to their accounts. All credit balances will go only toward future purchases of titles and/or against unpaid balances owed by booksellers to Favors Publications. We will discuss where to send returns via email.
For more information concerning our returns policy, feel free to contact our Publishing Director by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Returns for Academic Institutions
For titles purchased through online retailer affiliates and physical stores, returns of titles are subject to the policy of that store.
All titles sold through Favors Publications via the company website(s) and/or Publishing Director (via email) are returnable after three months (3) from the sale date or one full academic semester, subject to the discretion of the Publishing Director, Favors Publications.
We do not require academic institutions to supply invoice numbers or seek written permission to return our titles. We define “academic institutions” as colleges and schools that house Psychology and English departments, writing centers, and development writing and English language learning programming.
Favors Publications must receive all titles in good, saleable condition. In this context, we define “saleable condition” as those textbooks that are free from internal marks and/or stickers; free also from noticeable wear and tear; and free from stains inside/outside of the textbook. Desk copies are not returnable for a credit and should not be listed on the invoice. Academic institutions must include a packing list with their returns and must ensure that transportation of titles is prepaid.
Favors Publications will issue full credit to those books that fall under the “saleable condition” category and arrive with an invoice. Academic institutions that do not return titles with an invoice will receive a 45% discount credit to their accounts. All credit balances will go only toward future purchases of titles and/or against unpaid balances owed by academic institution accounts of Favors Publications.
For more information concerning our returns policy, feel free to contact our Publishing Director, Favors Publications by email (email@example.com).
Our Shipping Guidelines includes information about procedures for online retailers, eStores, company websites, and international mediums. Orders are typically processed and shipped within 7 to 10 business days, including Saturday. Exceptions apply for Amazon.com shipping policies. For all orders, you will receive a confirmation email, tracking number, and an estimated delivery date. All shipping information is subject to the guidelines of that store and/or online retailer.
Shipping from Online Retailers
Print and digital publishing inventory for Favors Publications titles are currently maintained by our affiliate partners Amazon.com and related retailers. For purchases completed through these retailers, we ship directly from their warehouses.
Shipping from eStores or Company Website(s)
For purchases completed through our eStores located on the main website www.reginayfavors.com and/or related websites, we ship directly from the United States Postal Service (USPS) and from commercial partners (i.e., FedEx, UPS, etc.).
Favors Publications currently does not offer international shipping directly from our company warehouses. For now, if you are an international buyer, you may purchase any of our titles through our online retailer affiliates, Amazon.com and related. In the future, you may also visit your local bookstore.
Print and eLearning content developed through Favors Publications, Favors Learning Center Online Products, and Favors Writing Management, and/or related Favors branded company and product are both protected by copyright. All print, eBook, and other downloadable content are exclusively the properties of Regina Y. Favors, Favors Learning Center, Favors Writing Management, and Favors Publications.
For permission to reprint our copyrighted material, please submit requests via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to the Permissions Department of Favors Publications. If you are requesting permission to reprint content from multiple titles, provide the full title information (including subtitle) and URL, if necessary, within your email message.
Sample content from one or more Favors Publications titles is available online, formatted differently for site visitors. Under each blog post, we grant permission for instructors and students to download the material and print for classroom use; printing and photocopying are both subject to the “educational and fair use” provisions of U.S. Copyright law.
Please note that we cannot grant permission to reproduce material owned by another copyright holder. It is your responsibility to determine the appropriate copyright holder for the title you wish to reproduce within your work. You may find the owner of the material by examining the credit lines. Submit requests directly to the copyright owner.
To reproduce content from Favors Publications titles for “custom books,” submit an email directly to the Publishing Director. Requests will be reviewed by the Favors Publications Copyright Clearance Center. The clearance center page and policy guidelines are currently in development.
You may submit all requests via email to Regina Y. Favors: email@example.com. Use “Permissions Request” or “Custom Books” in the subject line. Quotes for reprint rates are subject to the discretion of the Publishing Director.
Submit a Correction
Favors Publications endeavors to publish titles that are free from error. Errors present within any title do not reflect time management and good planning. Although we hope to develop textbooks that are free from error, there will be times that a few issues escape us. If you discover an error in a Favors Publications title, please submit your concerns via email to our Publishing Director, Regina Y. Favors.
The following represents guidelines for submitting a correction to the Publishing Director. In the body of your message, submit the following information:
- Your name
- Email address
- Title of work/edition
- Page number or URL
- Type of error
We will review your concerns and diligently process requests within an appropriate time frame. Thank you in advance for your attention to detail.
Please note that content housed on the main and related learning sites are currently undergoing development. Thank you in advance for your patience.
Note on Accessibility
Favors Publications is currently in the process of seeking membership with the AccessText Network (ATN) to help deliver electronic textbooks to students with disabilities.
If your institution is a member of ATN, in the future your students will be able to contact the organization directly to request access to a Favors Publications electronic textbook. Only U.S. schools/institutions are eligible for membership with the organization.
If your institution is not a member of ATN, for now your students may purchase an eBook title on Amazon.com and related websites.
Favors Publications will honor requests for textbooks transmitted in a PDF file. Submit all “Textbook Accessibility Requests” via email to the Publishing Director.
Within each title catalog are key terms that best reflect our practices. We define and place information under categories for easy reference at the back of our title catalogs. It is for this reason that we have included a list of key terms here. For clarification of any term, please contact our Publishing Director, Regina Y. Favors, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The current terms are subject to change.
Administrative Personnel: The definition for this term is two-part: 1) defined as secondary administrators such as principles, curriculum planners, and department chairs; 2) defined as post-secondary administrators such as English chairs, writing center directors (and in some cases coordinators), undergraduate and graduate advisors, curriculum planners, development writing programming, and English language learning center administrators.
Booksellers: defined as brick-n-mortar bookstores and discount mediums that purchase and carry any and/or all Favors Publications titles and shelf them in a physical location (in-store).
Bulk Requests/Bulk Title Request: defined as those post-secondary institutions requesting bulk orders of any and/or Favors Publications titles. The request also represents a form that is available for download through company websites and eStores.
Company Website(s): defined as the online sites for Regina Y. Favors, Favors Learning Center, Favors Writing Management, Favors Publications, and related eLearning sites. Favors Publications eStores also fall under this term.
Complimentary Copy: See “Desk Copy.”
Custom Book Ordering: defined as a medium standard publishers use to help instructors create a custom book for their classes. To date, Favors Publications does not offer custom book programming. Options are available through publishing affiliates.
Desk Copy: defined as a one-time complimentary copy of a Favors Publications title. Restrictions apply by purchaser category.
Discount Programming: defined as programming created and developed by the Publishing Director of Favors Publications.
eStore: defined as online purchasing mediums provided by Regina Y. Favors, Favors Learning Center, Favors Publications, and Favors Writing Management. The mediums are linked to social media outlets such as Facebook and content management systems such as WordPress. To date,
Exam Copy: See “Desk Copy.”
Favors Learning Center (FLC): defined as the parent company of Favors Writing Management and Favors Publications. As a company, FLC provides learning management solutions. Regina Y. Favors Learning Center, The is an emerging small business.
Favors Publications: defined as the publishing arm of Favors Learning Center (FLC). Favors Publications publishes and distributes all “print” products created and developed by Favors Learning Center and Favors Writing Management. Favors Publications is the subsidiary of Favors Learning Center.
Favors Writing Management (FWM): defined as the commercial services arm of Favors Learning Center (FLC). Favors Writing Management is an Internet-based content development and communications management company. FWM manages the online distribution of content created and developed by Favors Learning Center (FLC). Favors Writing Management is the subsidiary of Favors Learning Center.
FLC: See “Favors Learning Center.”
FWM: See “Favors Writing Management.”
Institutions: defined as colleges and schools that house English departments, writing centers, and English language learning center programming. Institutions also refer to psychology departments.
International Ordering: defined as requests for Favors Publications titles from countries outside of the U.S. Buyers must purchase titles from online retailer sites such as Amazon.com.
International Shipping: defined as a medium used to deliver Favors Publications titles to countries outside of the U.S. Buyers must purchase titles from online retailer sites such as Amazon.com.
Non-Administrative Personnel: The definition for this term is two-part: 1) defined as secondary personnel such as teachers and writing center tutors; 2) defined as post-secondary personnel such as English professors, graduate writing center (junior) coordinators, English language learning center tutors and consultants, junior curriculum planners, and development writing program coordinators. These lists of positions are not comprehensive.
Online Retailer: defined as companies that sell Favors Publications titles by providing consumers with an online purchasing medium.
Permissions: defined as a policy that requires a user to seek permission to reprint the copyrighted material housed within all Favors Publications titles.
Post-secondary Institutions: defined as colleges, universities, and English language learning centers (and programming).
Publishing Director: defined as the authority figure responsible for receiving and approving textbook orders. The director creates and develops the policy outlined within Favors Publications Titles Catalog. The director also publishes and distributes all print products created by the parent company and its subsidiaries.
Returns: defined as those glossary titles returned under three major categories: 1) returns for individual orders, 2) returns for booksellers, and 3) returns for academic institutions. See the sections of this title catalog for more information.
Secondary schools: defined as middle school and high school.
Shipping: defined as a delivery medium used to distribute Favors Publications titles.
Site Visitors: The definition for this term is four-part: 1) defined as students, individual consumers, non-administrative personnel who must click the “Like” button on Facebook and/or through the WordPress eStore in order to receive a discount off a Favors Publications title; 2) defined as administrative personnel who are eligible to receive a one-time desk copy and title catalog, free of shipping and handling and sales tax charges, provided they submit a request via email; 3) defined by category (for the purpose of discounting) as both secondary and post-secondary administrative and non-administrative personnel; and 4) defined in general as all site visitors and purchasers of glossary titles.
Subsequent Copies: defined as all Favors Publications titles ordered after the desk copy.
Title Catalog: defined as the term that generally refers to the policy guidelines outlined within Favors Publications Titles Catalog.
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