Before your reader buys your book, they will skim and scan over the copy. By doing this, they assess if they are drawn to what they are seeing – the overall outlook of your book. Just like the cover or title, the print aspect of your book has the power to wreck a good book. For your current and all your future books, you need to choose your printer with your publication in mind.
Publishing a book starts from idea stage, where the author develops the concept into a finished manuscript. The book will then go through the different stages of editing. Once editing, design and proofreading are complete, preparations for the printing process begin, starting with an accurate and correct way of updating the document files and images.