Book printing publishing can be a challenge when doing it for the first time. We have high speed broadband data lines for easy transmission of your digital files via the Internet. Or if you prefer, you can send us your electronic file by mail. Our trained publishing consultants can come to you Brisbane and Gold Coast area.
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Setting up a manuscript ready for the Printing of Books correctly is a skill. Many problems can easily be prevented if you choose a book publisher rather than simply a book printer.
Print your own book your way with a little help from the book printing and binding experts.
Types of books we print:
Printing Children’s Books, Printing Self-help Books, Printing Fiction Books and Novels, Printing Autobiographies and Biographies, Printing Training Manuals, Printing Graphic Novels, Printing Business Books, Printing Family History Books, Printing Mind, Body, Spirit Books, Printing Personal Memoirs, Printing Hardcover Books, Printing Cookbooks, Printing Travel Books, Printing Wiro-Bound Books, Printing Paperback Books of all kinds, Printing Saddle-stitched Booklets, Printing Historical Books, Printing General Non-Fiction Books, Printing Centenary Celebration Books, Printing Sports Club Books, Printing Educational Resource Books, Comic Printing Books.
Book Printing – Print on Demand
We offer a Print on Demand Service – short run book printing service for writers that don’t necessarily want to print hundreds of books at a time.
Book printing by POD is a way to get your book out there. The quality, as with any POD provider service is not super, naturally, as you will get what you pay for.
Authors have thus been interested in what has been promoted as ‘print-on-demand’ or POD – printing of a single copy or an ultra-short-run (for example 10-20 copies).
Much of the technology is not new: independent publishers and authors have been taking camera-ready copy and disks to local and offset book printers for at least two decades.
In 2008 publishing industry specialist R.R. Bowker reported that US output of “print on-demand, short run and unclassified titles” rose from 21,000 in 2006 to 134,000 in 2007.
It is unclear whether that increase represents a major trend or is instead attributable to changes in data collection mechanisms.
(A perspective is provided by Bowker’s report that US “production of traditional books” increased by 1% from 2006, with 276,649 new titles and editions)
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