Book Printing UK Articles

Fulfilment – what is it and how does it help you?

March 9, 2020 12:19 pm | Published by Lewis McCarthy
The thing about fulfilment is it’s not unique to book printing! It’s basically when you pay someone to manage the stock, orders and admin that comes with having a product to sell. In our case and yours, it’s books and we can help you manage the daily orders, so you don’t have to! Fulfilment with… View Article
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Customer Showcase: Edible Art

February 28, 2020 3:23 pm | Published by Lewis McCarthy
A recent book has been flying around our office and that is a copy of ‘Edible Art’ by Damien Wager and I thought I would share it with you! A little about Damien One of our recent customers is a professional pastry chef who primarily taught himself! In the past 2 years, he has risen… View Article
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Printing Machines of Book Printing UK: See How We Work

February 13, 2020 4:51 pm | Published by Lewis McCarthy
When it comes to book printing, we know what we’re doing. While this is the case, it wouldn’t be possible to print the book at such a high quality and in the quantities we do, without our trustee printing machines. These machines are one of the many reasons we can provide such high-quality print for… View Article

Customer Showcase: People and Places of South America

December 9, 2019 2:29 pm | Published by Lewis McCarthy
This month’s customer showcase is a book by animator and illustrator, Leon Nikoo. He does a lot of work mainly focused on travelling the world documenting his experiences. Rather than documenting his experiences through words, he likes to rely on photography, sounds and his illustrations. This results in a unique and intriguing view of the… View Article

How To Write An Autobiography: Top Tips From Book Printing UK

October 21, 2019 1:47 pm | Published by Lewis McCarthy
Are you looking to learn how to write an autobiography? If so, you’ve come to the right place. For the sake of clarity this refers only to writing your own autobiography, but it can be applied to biographies too so read on to find our more! What types of autobiographies are there? A lot of… View Article
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How do you become a successful self-published author?

October 10, 2019 1:42 pm | Published by Lewis McCarthy
We talk to author, Keith Houghton, about how he went from computer repairman to best-selling author with over 900,000 books and 50,000 audiobooks sold across 14 different countries. Keith published his first book, Killing Hope (Book 1 in the Gabe Quinn Thrillers series), in 2011 through Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP). The book was an instant… View Article

Customer Showcase: Horrify Me

September 9, 2019 10:54 am | Published by Lewis McCarthy
Today we are showcasing a very special book that has been shortlisted for The Solutions Awards: Horrify Me by Rick Jones. It is a fantastic book full of unique art that definitely warrants sharing. Just a quick note, this book is full of horror-inspired art so if you’re squeamish, it may not be for you!… View Article
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Customer Showcase: The Look Cook Book

September 5, 2019 1:53 pm | Published by Lewis McCarthy
At Book Printing UK, we don’t want our service to end when your books are delivered. We feel you deserve better than that, and that’s why we are changing. As a print company, the books fly off our press non-stop and we don’t often shout about it. Well today that all changes! From now on,… View Article

Self-Publishing vs. Traditional Publishing

August 12, 2019 9:09 am | Published by Lewis McCarthy
The lines between traditional publishing and self‐publishing are becoming more blurred. It’s no longer the case that professional authors can only be published by the big five publishing houses. In fact, more and more professional authors are turning to self-publishing as it can offer a number of benefits. Yet many authors still prefer to have… View Article
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Rod Wood – A Mountain to Climb

August 1, 2019 11:26 am | Published by Lewis McCarthy
In 2010, author, Rod Wood, was diagnosed with clinical depression. After finding that medication and counselling were not really working for him, he decided that the only person who could help him out of his depression was himself… I guess most of my life I’ve always been a very shy, quiet, unconfident person. The only… View Article