If you have written a book that deserves wider attention, why not self publish?
You’ll find it easy to self publish (or indie publish as it’s sometimes known) with Intoprint’s help. It’s economic – compare our individual print copy prices with bigger rivals – and you order only the copies you need so there are no big up-front bills. We quote and charge a modest one-off fee for the services you need in order to self publish.
As the author, you retain copyright and ownership of your book. Into Print becomes your production and distribution department, supplying ISBN, creating PDFs, ebook editions, sending out metadata, managing the print on demand service to booksellers and accounting to authors.
Email editor Mark Webb now with your questions about how to self publish (no obligation): email@example.com
Plan a self publish project
This web site contains information to help you plan your self publish project. Take a look at the case studies which show how other authors have been using this service since the early 2000s. The FAQs and articles will hopefully provide some of the answers to your questions. Get in touch by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +44 (0)1604832149 and we’ll do our best to explain anything that’s unclear. Fill in our form to give us the information we need about your book project and we’ll reply in writing with precise costings for your self-publishing project.
There are plenty of great reasons to get on and publish in print, to further your writing career, for friends and family. On the other hand, it’s important to do it professionally by working with experts like Into Print. In this way, every author can take advantage of modern book production and distribution systems.
These systems include the latest typesetting apps to design books that will be attractive, accessible and readable. The same software outputs print-ready artwork of the correct dimensions and resolution for the print on demand print presses.
These presses are in factories stationed around the world which will print and distribute your book to an ever-increasing audience of booksellers and their customers (readers).