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Self publishing and print of your books
You wrote a work. Self-publication of your work to make it look good in print: Remaining amount is due when the ledgers are available for shipment. If changes are made to the product detail of the eBook (e.g. revision or modification of the number of pages or the number of pages ), we will update it.
Your sleeve will be selling your books, and the inside pages should be inviting your reader into your stories. Please submit your revised script as a Word file, together with all photographs and instructions on how the work should look like. We' ll give you an estimate of how long the lay-out will take and how much it will cost.
PDF proofing, consulting and fundamental revision times are part of the designing team. Most of our writers make their own designs, get help from a boyfriend or family member or hire their own drafts. This guide contains hints for designing books and covers and for sending ready-to-print PDF files.
Please review your books and covers before sending them! As soon as we have received the data, the graphics team will contact us by e-mail within one working days with detailed information on the product specification and any cost estimate for designing the product. You retain all copyrights to the work.
As a rule, the copyrights are on the back of the cover page, page 2 of your text. This will list the owner of the copyrights, along with the processing, artwork, photos or illustration, etc. accreditation. ISBN ( "International Standard Books Number") and the bar code are free of charge for Canadian publishers.
Printed proof: Once the design of the binding and the binding has been completed, the next stage is to examine the binding and see what the inside pages of the binding look like in printing. Irrespective of how many views you have on the monitor, it will look different in printing, and you may want to find the colors, the lay-out or a few last clue.
Evidence is produced on the same papers as your end products and cut to format, but not tied or laminat. The printing cost includes your first copy of the originalof. Please do not hesitate to ask for hardcover hardcopy related information. The graphic designers will make the desired changes and provide you with a PDF copy to validate the new release of the work.
B. For any changes to a printable PDF of a completed volume, please submit a new PDF of the complete volume and/or envelope to the graphics team. A $50 fee will be charged for the new files and a new hard copy of your hard copyof ( fees for postage and packing are extra).
Approved for proofing: Prior to the printout, you must see a copy of the definitive copy of the text and add your signature to the copy of the same. It is only possible to dispense with the definitive test printout if the authors assume liability for any misprints. As soon as you have approved the hardcopy of your work, we plan the production and commitment of your work.
Usually it will take about 2-4 week, according to the kind of tying and the season. When you have a particular date for which you need the accounts, please let us know and we will work to ensure that this date is met. The delivery charges depend on the end weights of the book, the number of cartons, the place of delivery and the mode of dispatch.
As your eBook is going to be published and hardcovered, we can make the eBook editions for you to sell on Amazon.co.uk. You may want to start a blogs about your work as you begin to write it, and in advance to have the print. There are five-page sites we can build to present your work, with extracts of your history and link to reader who can get in touch and buy the work.
We can also include a blogs section that allows you to write about your work and become the specialist in your field of interest. We' re here to give you some great advice on how to make everything run like clockwork and find the best ways to produce your books nicely and cost-efficient.