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.
Most softcover and hardcover books are bound using an adhesive glue. Spiral bound books, on the other hand, have series of small holes punched into the left-hand side of their pages. A coil is fed through these holes to form the binding. Most spiral coils are made from plastic, but some are bound with a metal coil called Wire-O. Wire-O offers the same level of flexibility with an added touch of sophistication.