How does it work?

So many of our clients have contacted us to say, ‘I’ve got a word file what do I do next?!’

We have worked hard to make this process and simple and easy as possible!

In essence the process is as follows:

1. Talk to us

Talk to us about what you might like to produce and based on your word count estimate a page count Read More

2. Quote

Based on our conversation we will create a quotation to meet your specification Read More

3. Artwork

Once the quotation is accepted we will begin working on your layout/imposition of your book Read More

4. Proofs

We submit proofs for your approval. Depending on what has been requested, these could be either a PDF or hard copy proofs Read More

5. Print

Once the proofs are approved we will print and bind your book Read More

6. Despatch

When your books are ready to be despatched you can collect from our factory or we will arrange delivery to you Read More

1. Talk to us

A quick conversation is often all it takes to establish the important elements of your book, which allows us to understand what you need and give you some guidance on achieving the best book for the best value! We have worked hard to create video guides explaining how book production works but sometimes a quick email or phone conversation can give you clarity. Dont be afraid to ask questions and don’t worry if you aren’t familiar with the terminilogy thats why we are here to help you translate into layman’s terms.

2. Quote

A quick conversation is often all it takes to establish the important elements of your book, which allows us to understand what you need and give you some guidance on achieving the best book for the best value! We have worked hard to create video guides explaining how book production works but sometimes a quick email or phone conversation can give you clarity. Dont be afraid to ask questions and don’t worry if you aren’t familiar with the terminilogy thats why we are here to help you translate into layman’s terms.

3. Artwork

A quick conversation is often all it takes to establish the important elements of your book, which allows us to understand what you need and give you some guidance on achieving the best book for the best value! We have worked hard to create video guides explaining how book production works but sometimes a quick email or phone conversation can give you clarity. Dont be afraid to ask questions and don’t worry if you aren’t familiar with the terminilogy thats why we are here to help you translate into layman’s terms.

4. Proofs

A quick conversation is often all it takes to establish the important elements of your book, which allows us to understand what you need and give you some guidance on achieving the best book for the best value! We have worked hard to create video guides explaining how book production works but sometimes a quick email or phone conversation can give you clarity. Dont be afraid to ask questions and don’t worry if you aren’t familiar with the terminilogy thats why we are here to help you translate into layman’s terms.

5. Print

A quick conversation is often all it takes to establish the important elements of your book, which allows us to understand what you need and give you some guidance on achieving the best book for the best value! We have worked hard to create video guides explaining how book production works but sometimes a quick email or phone conversation can give you clarity. Dont be afraid to ask questions and don’t worry if you aren’t familiar with the terminilogy thats why we are here to help you translate into layman’s terms.

6. Despatch

A quick conversation is often all it takes to establish the important elements of your book, which allows us to understand what you need and give you some guidance on achieving the best book for the best value! We have worked hard to create video guides explaining how book production works but sometimes a quick email or phone conversation can give you clarity. Dont be afraid to ask questions and don’t worry if you aren’t familiar with the terminilogy thats why we are here to help you translate into layman’s terms.