Physical Book Layout: Laying out a physical book for print, we can publish your work through Print-On-Demand (POD). This will allow you to sell your book online in both print and E-book form. You also have the ability to order printed books in small numbers for your personal use and local market sales.
E-book Layout: We start with your finished book that you have provided in a MSWord doc format and convert to a PDF file for downloading.
Barcode/Pricing Code: Each E-book requires a unique pricing code that complements the type of E-book. You will be given a unique code that will link you to your E-book.
Barcode Registration and Design: A unique barcode with retail price and SKU will be provided for your book.
Cover Design: We review and give feedback on cover design for print. For printed books, a saleable book cover must be designed. It is crucial to create a cover that stands out.
Library of Congress Registration: As an exclusive benefit of your book that will be registered with the Library of Congress and copy of printed book to be submitted to be reviewed at any time. Visit the LOC in Washington DC and get a library card.
Online book sales is the future of selling. Over 50% of books are sold online.
Book Production: Authors pay 20–30% less in production costs yet receive the highest quality book possible. The first step in production is getting the text into a format that can be edited. After a review and corrections/changes are made, including a double grammar proofread, the book goes into layout and cover design. After a final review by the author, the text is ready to be printed.
Book Publishing: During the production process, your book is printed according to your specs (i.e., page count, dimensions, quantity, binding, embossing, and more), and you receive the lowest printing price in the industry. After your final review and publisher’s approval, your book goes to print, a process that only takes 4–6 weeks.