Why short-run publishing?
What can you have in common with Spencer Johnson, Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen, Ernest Hemingway, Benjamin Franklin, and Mark Twain? They all started as self-published authors and so can you!
Chicken Soup for the Soul (Canfield and Hansen) and Who Moved My Cheese (Johnson) have grown from single, self-published books to an entire product line of work.
Of the many advantages of self-publishing, here are a few of the key benefits to self-publishing with Creative Continuum.
- Publish Quickly. Royalty publishing can take 18 to 24 months to create a book from your manuscript. Creative Continuum can have professionally published books at your door in as little as 4 to 12 weeks.
- Increase Profits. Due to their large overhead expenses, all royalty publishers incur high costs and they keep a high percentage of the profits from the sale of your book. Instead of receiving only a small portion of the profits from the sale of your book, you keep all the profits. Creative Continuum helps you keep costs down so you earn more from the sale of each book.
- Reprint Control. You set the time table and enjoy complete control to reprint any time you want, along with the opportunity to make revisions every time you print. You can quickly and easily produce special editions for special markets.
- Control the Content. A royalty publisher’s primary interest is their bottom line, not your message.
We are your complete custom publishing solution.
Unlike “print on demand” publishers, you don't need to fit one of our templates or live within our size limitations—every book we produce is a custom project.
We can produce books of any length and almost any size! Publishing your book with numerous interior graphics, photographs, tables, charts or color imagery are no problem. We can handle many foreign languages. Footnotes, screenplays, cookbooks, books that require page-specific formatting are also no problem.
Whether your book is still in your head, typewritten or on your computer, Creative Continuum works with you to deliver your message in print. It’s easy to do and we’ll be there every step of the way.
Our experience reduces the amount of time and money you spend getting your book into print. Contact us today and learn how you can get your ideas published.
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