Print your book - books printed from only £7.90

Why Print Your Book?

50 books of 200 pages - £7.90 each
50 books of 300 pages - £10.90 each
50 books of 400 pages - £13.90 each
* Plus carriage and artwork
where required
Size = A5 • Paper = 80gsm white
Text = Black ink
Binding = Case binding
with colour jackets

Proof Reading service available

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If you are among the many aspiring writers who are still trying to get the attention of a known third-party publisher, I suggest you seriously consider being your own publisher. Thanks to the innovations of printing and the changes in the social norms of writing, to print your book by self-publishing is now considered one of the best options for any aspiring writer.

If you print your book using one of the many ways of self-publishing, you will be able to save loads of time by not having to beg for attention from any person on a third-party publisher. If you have already tried going the traditional path of publishing, I bet you know what hassles I am talking about just to get these people to turn your way and ultimately print your book. By saving you time, you get to spend more time on more important matters like, writing.

The best part in going the way of self-publishing to print your book is probably the cost. With just a few hundred pounds, you will be off with a handful of retail quality books. Basically, there are now printing technologies that will allow you to print your book when needed. This eliminates the risk of overprinting making you save money and more importantly, you get to save yourself the pressure disposing hundreds of books. With such a relatively low cost to print your book, it almost does not make sense not going the way of self-publishing.

Naturally, there are also downsides if you print your own book. Third-party publishers have been in business for awhile and they have a good reason for that. One of those reasons is the fact that they have more resources than an aspiring writer. If you print your book yourself, you will never get to print them in the same volume as a third-party publisher can. More importantly, they have acquired the skills of the trade. A writer may have the flair with words however, a third-party publisher has everything else needed to get the word out and to make sure that people notice a certain book amongst a thousand other books of the same content. So, if you print your book, you might as well start practicing those sales and marketing skills of yours.

Knowing these pros and cons of going the way of self-publishing to print your book should better equip any aspiring writer. Just iron-out the constraints and you should have a brighter future ahead.

Looking for low volume book printing or book reprints or even short run book printing. Then book printing from Allprint Services in Liverpool is the place to look! For the best in book printing companies or book printing costs, you can print a book or moreso print your book because cheap book printing and on demand book printing is what Rayross the printers in Liverpool specialise in! So for paperback book printing, book printers, and printing Books, call us now. We know all about printing a book as I even had my book printed. To print my own book was just so easy! So get in touch with the Number one Printers in Liverpool now!

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