Although our experienced design staff is more than happy to chose typefaces that will be a great fit for your project, it’s always nice for authors to take a peek at some tried and true fonts. Let your book designer know if one of these catches your fancy!
Punctuation can be a bit tricky; fortunately, the Grammar Girl is here to help. Find tips on the correct ways to use the often hard to grapple semi-colon, and get your manuscript into ship-shape, here!
Looking to turn your book into an eBook and wondering how a PDF is different than an ePub file? Find out here. We couldn’t have explained it better ourselves, so we won’t try!
Some industry movers and shakers share their thoughts on what’s in store for Self-Publishing in 2016. From a nod to the significance of getting your book designed by professionals (that’s where we come in!) to new distribution tools for indie-authors, the overall emphasis is on the importance of marketing in the social media realm. In […]
The most popular method for a reader to discover new books is word of mouth, but social media can also assist in spreading awareness of a new book coming to market. For a self-published author, online resources such as crowdfunding, NetGally, and book blogs can be an easy way to find an interested audience. Crowdfunding […]
Don’t forget to swing by tonight and check out our freshly-printed copies of a vintage book: How to Grow a Small Vegetable Garden. Visit 291 River St. between 5-8 to see how a book is made, and take home a free copy!
Come visit us at 291 River St. this Friday during Troy Night Out, between 5-8, and see how a book is made. The Troy Book Makers will be binding freshly-printed copies of a vintage book: How to Grow a Small Vegetable Garden. Visit for a free copy! Mix and mingle with writers and book-lovers –and find […]