How to contact us – plus useful links

PiPS is a global organization. Our assessors can work from anywhere in the world, so contact will always be made through PiPS administration or supervisors.

The supervisor for your project will allocate projects to an editor if necessary and editors will be asked to confirm that they don’t know you personally. All assessments must be at arm’s length. Assessors then report back to the supervisor, who will report to you.

PiPS logoPiPS supervisors can operate in various countries and contact will be through the addresses indicated on your application form. Except for printed books, all communications will be via email, so time delays are virtually non-existent.

These contact details will change from time to time in coming years, but all changes will be updated here and in eBook editions.

Email contact for all applications and queries unless indicated otherwise on your application form:


Mail address for print books: This will be indicated on your application form (depending on where you are and our workload at the time). We will not always require a printed book.

Brian Morgan - PiPSFree eBook: By email request to Or go to Smashwords for free eBooks in various formats. The latest edition was published in October 2017. If you have another edition, please download the updated edition, which will normally be to your benefit.

Brian Morgan’s personal email:

Brian’s personal website:

The various POD and eBook producers can best be contacted through simple online search by name – Amazon, CreateSpace, Lulu, IngramSpark, Kindle, Smashwords or others.


To find out how PiPS works:

To learn about the assessment process:

To find costs or to apply for an assessment:

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