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Book Galleys - Five Simple Steps

By QB Wells
Book galleys are used to generate publicity and market your book before it is published. The galley is sent to book reviewers, booksellers, magazines and distributors to provide them the opportunity to make decisions about your book.
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Choosing a Binding - The Advantages of Smyth Sewn Bindings

By Jay A. Jenkin
If you are preparing to self-publish your manuscript, or if you are producing reference manuals for your business or organization, you should consider the advantages of Smyth Sewn bindings. Smyth Sewn bindings are basically the most premium, high-quality bindings available on the market today. A book made with Smyth Sewn bindings can stand up to years of wear and tear; its durability makes it a perfect solution for books that are meant to be used often.
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Five Reasons to Bind With Unibind

By Jeff McRitchie
Book-binding can be a rewarding process especially if you choose the right system. One of the best currently available is Unibind, a thermal binding method that can help you create sophisticated-looking hardbound and softcover booklets. Here are five reasons why you should consider working with Unibind.
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