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Book formats

Print book

Once you’ve finished writing your book, you can begin to think about what sort of books you want to create: print books and/or digital ebooks. If your book is going on sale, then you'll probably want both in order to reach as many readers and markets as possible (this comes as standard with all our publishing packages). If your interest is in ordering a personal print run for friends or colleagues, then you'll probably want to focus on the print books.


Relatively cheap to produce, paperbacks are usually sold with cover prices below £10. In self-publishing, they are the most popular printing option as the low cost of production means you can be price competitive.

We offer the three most popular global paperback sizes and our Book Editor is configured to typeset to these sizes. Hardbacks are currently not available, but will be coming soon!

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