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Save Money and Time with Self-Publishing Consultation Services

Our virtual consultation services provide personalized and professional guidance to help you feel comfortable with the self-publishing process.

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The Digital Printing Advantage: Print Your Book in Color for Cheap

Nothing beats the feeling of holding your self-published book in your hands for the first time.

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The Difference Between Book Printing And Book Publishing

At first glance, book printing and book publishing can seem pretty similar. But there a few important differences for self-published authors to understand.

Book printers print and bind your book, while book publishers are focused on owning the intellectual property of your book itself.

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How to Format Your Word Document for Book Printing (on Mac or PC)

If you’re a writer, you’re probably no stranger to Microsoft Word. But when it comes to self-publishing, you may not know how to format your Word document for book printing.

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How to Choose the Right Binding for Your Novel

The stack of “books I want to read” that sits on the edge of my desk just surpassed 20 volumes.

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Spiral Binding: We can't save your cooking, but we can improve your cookbook

Outside of print fanatics like us, it’s unlikely that many people off the street would have a favorite type of binding. Sure, plenty of people could weigh in on the hardcover vs paperback fight, but there are so many more options when it comes to binding.

The most common exception: spiral binding.

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What type of paper should you choose for your book?

One of the most frequent questions we receive from new authors is what type of paper would we recommend for printing. It’s an important consideration for the look and feel of your finished book, and deserves some real explanation. However, it can also be a confusing and overwhelming question for someone who isn’t around a print shop every day.

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I really want color in my book, but I can’t afford it, right?

In your search for a book printer you will come across many companies that offer you a book that is printed in black and white, or a book that is printed in color. The key word in that sentence is OR. With many book printers you will have to make a choice between printing your book all in color or all in black and white. If you choose color, that means you will be charged color rates for pages that have nothing but text printed on them, and worse yet, even pages in your book that are blank. And if your book is 200 pages long, the cost to print it can be pretty steep.

But rest easy, there is a solution! You can have color pages in your book without breaking the bank to pay for it.

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Abby

I found Steuben Press through an internet search for book printers and I could not have been more pleased with the print work they did on my book, "128 Tips to Make You a More Effective Leader." The personal service from Adam and Jamie made it a seamless, stress-free process from start to finish and the quality and value was exceptional. I am a raving fan! I look forward to doing business with ou again!

– Abby Donnelly, Greensboro, NC

To learn more about Abby and her book visit www.128tips.com