Book Printers with a Personal Touch
It’s hard to find a book printing company dedicated to personally helping self-publishing authors. Printers who specialize in short run book printing may not have the time or inclination to walk an author through the book printing process. Also, most book printers require minimum publishing runs that are too expensive for first time authors.
- Sizes from 4×6 to 9×12 inches, and anything in between.
- Page weights from 45# to 120# text, and cover weights from 8 -12 point.
- Choose bright white or natural colored text pages.
Cover customizations are plentiful. Iconix offers full color, matte or gloss lamination for both softcover and hardcover books. Dust jackets and shrink wrapping are also available.
Iconix offers softcover, hardcover and plastic coil bind options. Both conventional and PUR glues are used to deliver the best type of binding for your book. Foil stamping for hard cover books is also an option.
We offer digital, offset, and web printing, printing of advertising material and customized book design. Just ask. If we can’t do it we can probably tell you who can.
Contact Iconix for book printing quotes.
Self-Publishing with Iconix
No longer do you need a major publisher’s backing to get your book printed. We can print professional, bookstore-worthy books in runs as low as ten pieces at very competitive prices. Self-publishing is as easy as 1, 2, 3…
1: Gather Your Content
If you already have your book’s text and graphics developed, you can upload your document at our upload page. If you need help with copy editing, page layout, or graphics, let us know.
We can help put together a great cover design for your book very affordably. Tell us what you already have and what you need, and we’ll get you a printing and/or design estimate. Getting that book ready for print probably costs less than you think.
2: Get Your ISBN Number
If you plan to sell your book to the public, you’ll need an International Standard Book Number, or ISBN. For information, and to apply for your own ISBN, check out ISBN.org. (Note that if you publish periodical volumes you’ll want an ISSN, rather than an ISBN. )
Of course, if your book or manual is for internal use only, you won’t need an ISBN.
3: Print and Market Your Book
Once you have your book’s contents together, you’re ready to begin the book printing process. If you already have specs for a book or manual, submit a request for quote. We think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how inexpensive self publishing a professional looking book or manual can be.
Contact us today for book printing help. Self publishing could be easier and more affordable than you think.