Print Formatting Showcase

Publishing in Print?

No matter where you go, you'll read that publishing your book in print is "easy."  That anyone can do it. That all you need is Word, and a freebie PDF-printer, and bob's-yer-uncle, as they say. Or that you can buy a "template" for $49.95 and you're set.  And sure--we'd never claim that it's impossible for someone with a fair amount of skill in their word-processor, and determination, to make a decent book in print.  But there's more to a print book than type on a page. A book isn't just a file in Word; it's layout, typography, font, and feel.  You know as well as we do that you've already seen some doozies on Amazon and other places. Maybe at Goodreads.  What matters is:  you don't want to be one of the folks who gets it wrong.  Wrong formatting can, quite simply, kill your book and kill your sales. after everything you've gone through to get your book to this point, don't settle for second-rate or bad formatting.  Remember: you make money when you are writing. Not when you're formatting! You do your part, and leave the driving to us.


 

 

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