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- I also recommend these two books for anyone interested in using POD:
Print-on-Demand Book Publishing: A New Approach To Printing And
Marketing Books For Publishers And Self-Publishing Authors by Morris
Aiming at Amazon: The NEW Business of Self Publishing, or How to
Publish Your Books with Print on Demand and Online Book Marketing on
Amazon.com by Aaron Shepard
Perfect Pages: Self Publishing with Microsoft Word, or How to Design
Your Own Book for Desktop Publishing and Print on Demand (Word 97-2003
for Windows, Word 2004 for Mac) by Aaron Shepard
By the way, if any of you are looking to get into POD and on
Amazon.com, use Lightning Source (An Ingram company, gets your book
into worldwide distribution and onto Amazon.com, BN.com and brick and
mortar bookstores) https://www.lightningsource.com/ or CreateSpace (An
Amazon.com company, they can also put your DVDs and Audio CDs on the
Amazon.com pages) http://www.createspace.com/
- We're going to be interviewing Jeremy next week on the Dead Robots Society. We're going to chat about these very topics (POD, small presses, self-publishing, etc.). It should be fun.
Murder at Avedon Hill - the Print Release, Late '09, from Dragon Moon Press
Murder at Avedon Hill - http://pgholyfield.com - Finalist, Best Podcast Novel and Best Production, the Fall 2008 Podcast Peer Awards
Co-Host of The Dead Robots' Society - http://deadrobotssociety.com
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> Jeremy Robinson, the publisher who ran Breakneck Books (they're now Varriance Publishers) wrote a great book about Print On Demand called POD People: Beating the Print On Demand Stigma. I read it before I worked with Jeremy and it really helped me learn about my options.
> Good luck!