"There are printers everywhere. Books can be printed either in what is typically a cheaper way, on a machine that is nothing more (or less) than a fancy color copier, and they can be done offset. There can always be issues with many…"
"Susan, I would go with a brick and mortar printer. Most any printer now a days does POD, And with a printing company if they books are flawed, you can send them back and get reimbursed. I have used Publishers Graphics out of Chicago and have…"
Hello She Writers!I am forever indebted to you for your shared knowledge, encouragement and brilliant examples of determination. As a result, I signed a contract for my book this week! Surviving the Predatory Lies of Anorexia is available on Kindle…See More