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Improving the Appeal of Your Hard Cover Book

So you’ve already made the decision to go hardback vs paperback and now you need to know what your options are.  Hard cover or hardback books are known for their durability, giftability, and overall longevity in the literary world. There … Continue reading

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Should I Choose Hard Proofs or Soft Proofs?

Authors and publishers get a chance to see what their books will look like before they are printed by looking at a proof.  This is the often the first time they see what their books will look like in finished … Continue reading

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Book Binding Styles: Which is Right for Your Book?

Did you know that book binding is a craft that is thousands of years old?  It is unclear where it originated first but today it remains a complex manufacturing art.  Dozens of different bind styles exist and the type of … Continue reading

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Four Color Printing Tips for Publishers

Manufacturing a book is a pretty intricate process.  Even experienced publishers have questions from time to time.  How do you really know that the files you’ve worked so hard to prepare will really produce the desired end result?  Here are … Continue reading

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