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Looking for a printer that listens, works with you, never rushes you into a fast decision; providing you with options and quality services, at affordable prices ? If so check out Creative Book Printing at Budget Transfer Printing and Bindery. Im pleased with my book, and it was a NOMINEE for Georgia Author of the Year.Dec 14, 2012
I could have never gotten my first book out if not for Creative Book Printing at Budget Transfer. So, for any aspiring authors, look no further. This is where you need to go! The staff is very friendly and helpful, and they did my printing job fast and with superior results. Also, the price was fair and reasonable (and worth every penny). As a writer it is important to have a printer you can count on, and with Gail, I know my work is in good hands. I look forward to many more projects together.Dec 7, 2012
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?There is NOTHING complicated about our pricing. We have a one page, 14pt font, AGREEMENT. We have a "pre press fee" that handles everything that has to happen with your book up to the point of pressing PRINT. This is a one time fee paid up front - you give us your manuscript, we assess it and tell you what the "pre-press" fee is - typically between $150 and $500. Then we do your book (with you). Once we know how many real pages etc, then we give you the "per book" fee. Typically $2.50 and $5.00. We do not do quantity discounting unless you're talking 500+ at a time. We do have a 25 book minimum. We will guanantee the per-book price for 1 year at least.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Do not let "editors/publishers" change your book. It is very important that your book retains your "signature". No matter what changes people think you should make, generally they are not staying in sync with your story. If you want a "ghost writer" then go for that otherwise just let your "editor/publisher" fix misspelled words, mixed tenses and punctuation - they should only gently "suggest" changes when there is a "logic stumble".