Book Printing UK Articles

Author Interview – Lan Harlow

July 4, 2019 9:03 am | Published by Lewis McCarthy
We spoke to author, Lan Harlow, about his children’s mystery novel ‘My Treasure’ which is now available through Amazon, Waterstones and all good booksellers. What is the book about? The book is about a young boy who with help from his friends, solves the clues to get the hidden treasure so he can get his parents… View Article
My Treasure

How to Edit Your Own Writing – 10 Effective Tips

July 2, 2019 12:30 pm | Published by Lewis McCarthy
Is it possible to edit your own writing brilliantly? If you’re trying to learn how to edit your own writing, then that’s a question you might be asking yourself. You’re biased. You’re editing words you’ve read many times before. And you’re deleting paragraphs you once crafted to perfection. Can you do an adequate job of… View Article
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RGB vs CMYK: Which is Better for Print?

June 20, 2019 9:43 am | Published by Lewis McCarthy
Choosing the correct colour mode is very important when it comes to design. This article explains the differences between RGB and CMYK and when to use each mode. Designing for print can be quite unforgiving if you aren’t ‘thinking print’. Thinking print is all about preparing your design with the final printed product in mind… View Article
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Question Time: All About Book Cover Designs

June 19, 2019 7:11 am | Published by Lewis McCarthy
Photo by Thought Catalog on Unsplash What Makes Book Cover Designs Iconic? With the average attention span standing at just 8 seconds, there’s not long to capture a reader’s attention when they’re scrolling through Amazon looking for their next must-read. Often, it’s the book cover designs that take the first step in persuading readers to… View Article
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Novel Writing Tips: How to Avoid a Muddled Mind

May 23, 2019 1:12 pm | Published by Lewis McCarthy
Writing a novel can give you both literal and figurative headaches. While this blog of suggestions may not solve your plot problems, it can keep you from getting bogged down by a headache that makes you want to curl and take a nap. As nice as naps are, let’s start off with some novel writing tips to help with a foggy brain…
Novel Writing Tips

How to Find Inspiration to Write and Get Creative

March 26, 2019 9:00 am | Published by Lewis McCarthy
  Writing is without question, the most essential part of a book (that’s why you’re here, right?), but undoubtedly the hardest. From finding inspiration to keeping motivated to conquering writer’s block, the barrage of hurdles one must jump through to complete a written project can appear daunting and endless. But we’re here to help you… View Article
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How to Print a Book: 5 Things You Need to Know

March 18, 2019 10:30 am | Published by Lewis McCarthy
  You’ve done it – you’ve written a book and you’re ready to get it into the hands of your readers. Now what? The process of getting your book printed may seem a little daunting, but rest assured that printing your own book has never been easier. Whether your book is for the world to… View Article
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Writer’s Block: 5 Great Tips to Beat It

February 23, 2019 9:55 am | Published by Lewis McCarthy
As writers, we’ve all been there before: you’ve been sitting at your desk hard at work for what feels like hours, but when you look up at your screen, all you have is a title and a series of unfinished sentences… this is the pain of writer’s block! For those of us who make our… View Article
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Prepare Your Manuscript: The How, What and Why

February 11, 2019 11:00 am | Published by Lewis McCarthy
Once you’ve finished writing a book, you are often left wondering what to do next? Not only do you need to prepare your manuscript for print and publishing – but you need to be prepared too. Book Printing UK takes a look at some stages you need to be certain you’ve ticked off your to-do… View Article
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