Based in Ireland, we offer a range of cost-effective services to help authors make the leap from manuscript to printed book. We can help you get started on the road to self-publishing and selling your book.
With the advances in digital print technology it is now possible to produce full retail quality books in small quantities, in a fraction of the time and at a fraction of the cost of traditional offset (or lithographic) printing. This also means as a self publisher you no longer have to worry about binding a minimum print order of 500 or more. Our book printing price list starts at 100 books, but we can print smaller quantities on request. You do not need to worry about having boxes of books to sell in order to make a return on your investment, simply re-order as many as you need.
Our purpose built bindery offers a range book binding options for your books or booklets; perfect binding, saddle stitching (booklets), square-spine saddle stitching, hard-case book binding and Ota-binding. Ota-bind a process that will allow your finished book to open flat for easy reading. To read more about this process, please read this blog post on Ota-binding
We can also help you with your cover design, whether that involves taking your own ideas and images and preparing them for print complete with ISBN barcode or starting with a blank sheet. We can provide an individual ISBN and barcode for your book. Please contact us for more information.
We offer a complete proofreading and editing service to help authors get their books ready for publication by ensuring the use of English is correct and, if the author chooses, formatting the document to chosen page size, inserting pictures, and ensuring standard use of fonts and headings, etc. Our editors are client-focused and maintain communication with authors throughout the editorial process.
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