The world of book self publishing has seen a significant transformation over the last decade, with self-publishing emerging as a powerful and profitable avenue for authors. We've compiled a list…
Book binding is one of the world's oldest art forms. Over the centuries, its many variations have been traded across cultures, growing and changing with new technologies. Many of those unique variations still persist today. So many, in fact, that it can be difficult to decide which book binding method is best for your book.
Modern book printing is sort of like a double-edged sword. While it's now easier than ever before to self publish your book, wading through the sheet number of book printing options out there can be a dizzying experience. We'll take a look at the three types of book printing to help you decide which option would be best for your book.
Peotry chapbooks are a great and cheap way to get your name out into the publishing world while building a foundation for a flourishing career as a poet! If you’re a poet at the start of your career, here are five reasons why you should publish a chapbook.
A proof is a preview of your book. It’s the best way of knowing what a book is going to look like before a full order of books arrive on your doorstep. Proofs put you in the driver’s seat of your book printing experience; they allow you to see a preview of the book and make any changes necessary before production begins.