There are a few details that an author should make sure are in place before file submission and the printing of their books. Many authors are in a hurry to print their books and most times this leads to problems. While we are extremely fast with our turnaround time and can meet any deadline, we always give one piece of advice: make sure your book is completely ready before submission. If you rush your book to print for an event and the book has mistakes that were missed, what good does it do to have books early and that you are not happy or proud of? Many authors spend years writing their book but only a few days making sure that it is print ready. Below is a checklist of what an author should pay attention to and think about before going to print. We are here to help at every stage and can assist with any part of the process. Following this list will ensure that you are happy upon receiving your books and that your events will be a success.
The main thing to remember is how important your cover is to your book. We can assist in helping you design the cover you want at an affordable price, or you can use your own cover designer. While formatting your insides can be done on your own, we really do recommend having a professional design your cover. The magic number here is 300, meaning that your cover should be 300 DPI, or dots per inch. You can do more, but you can't do less. Designing your cover at 300 DPI will ensure that the words and pictures will come out clear and not be fuzzy or pixilated. If you don't have any knowledge of this element, I again recommend using a professional. The last thing you want is fuzzy words on your cover and a picture that is hard to make out. This is also how it will look on Amazon and on the shelf of a bookstore. Also, it is not recommended to have a picture of yourself on the front cover. If you are famous that may be acceptable, but for the rest of us it will more than likely turn off the reader.
The problem here is that most marketing agents work this way. They sit on the answers and charge a large amount of money. The problem is it is hard to tell the good from the bad, and once you have to spend a lot of money to find out. You can view us as the mechanic that will only charge you a fair price for what is actually broken and won't give you the runaround about 5 other things that they found wrong as well. Our marketing program is well worth the money and we understand exactly how to help each other. Unlike many "one-size-fits all" plans that are out there, we find out exactly what you need and what will work best for you. For more information about what we offer and what the costs will be, please feel free to contact Billy anytime at 813-886-0065 x108 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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