From manuscript to published book
From manuscript to published book


At TREATY OAK PUBLISHERS, we have over 35 years of experience in writing and editing, as well as marketing and book cover design. We know the art and craft of writing and we have the technical knowledge to prepare your manuscript. The business of getting indie-published can be complicated, frustrating, exhilarating, and nerve-wracking, and WE'RE PASSIONATE ABOUT IT!


Our authors’ genres include Literary Fiction, Sci-Fi, Women’s/Family Saga, Historical Fiction, Memoir, Children’s and Fairy Tales, Health, 

Self-Help, Mystery Series, Romantic Comedy, Inspirational,

 as well as other



Let us help you take the leap from 




Words from our AUTHORS

Contacting TREATY OAK PUBLISHERS is the best professional decision I have made in the past 40 years. If you long to be an author, get in touch with these folks. Their business is making dreams come true, and they’re very good at what they do.

Bob Lively

The Thin Place

A breath of fresh air after working with other publishers. The TREATY OAK PUBLISHERS team is top notch. Changes were quick and easy, and everything was done right. I will hire them for my next book.

A. Rose

The Alphabet Fairy Tale

Superior service, superb communications, very reasonable fees. A fabulous experience. I'll be back!

Tom Claffey

103rd Meridian





The actual TREATY OAK is the “stuff of legends.” As the story goes, in the 1830s underneath this live oak tree, Stephen F. Austin, the “Father of Texas,” signed a treaty with the Native Americans on behalf of the Anglo settlers. This tree stood in a grove known as Council Oaks, through which ran the treaty’s imaginary boundary line.


In 1927, the American Forestry Association declared TREATY OAK to be “the most perfect specimen of a North American tree,” and inducted it into its Hall of Fame in Washington-on-the-Potomac.


Despite a previous owner’s attempts to cut it down and a malicious poisoning resulting in felony jail time, TREATY OAK still stands today, strong and thriving in a public park near 6th and Lamar in the City of Austin. 



Cynthia J Stone, Publisher


Publisher Cynthia J Stone owns a piece of TREATY OAK, purchased as part of the fundraising effort

to save the mighty tree.



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