Tag Archives: book production

How to print dyslexia friendly books – and why you should do it

This is an important subject that is easily overlooked. How to print dyslexia friendly books – and why you should do it. It is all too easy to get carried away with how your book looks and forget about the fundamentals … Continue reading

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Thinking of adding pictures to your book?

Pictures make your book more attractive to readers, but how does artwork affect the cost of your book. This is a very important issue, which many new authors underestimate. Visit my websites via the links at the top of this … Continue reading

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How to price your books

Anyone who has thought about this for more than a couple of moments will realise that this is a complicated issue. There are so many factors to take into account. With issues like that, it never does any harm to … Continue reading

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How to find and work with a designer

There is no question that a book cover is crucial. Read a little more about finding and working with a designer. Visit my websites via the links at the top of this page.

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A book production team

Teamwork is a good thing. It allows you to plug the gaps in your skills by relying on others, giving a better result. Together, you achieve more. This post explains more about the value of teamwork in book production. Visit … Continue reading

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3-D printed books? Whatever next?

It only seems 5 minutes since someone was explaining to me why we needed to spend a huge sum on a 3-D printer for the Faculty of Arts at the University where I worked. We were all amazed to hear … Continue reading

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