Confucius once said, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” This could never be more applicable than to individuals in New Hampshire who have a passion for writing. For practicality reasons, the question that comes into the mind of most budding writers when they read this quote is how to bring their work to interested readers, who will then make their job profitable. Thankfully, technology has made self-publishing more convenient than ever, as discussed in an article posted on PublishersWeekly.com:
“A key reason digital printing is now in the manufacturing mix is that current digital printing platforms have greatly flattened the cost curve across order quantities, and publishers that consider the total cost of ownership are rapidly taking advantage of these technologies. A new paradigm is emerging in which, rather than relying on large print runs, publishers order fewer copies of each title and then replenish their inventory more frequently, without increasing their expenses, thereby reducing inventory risks and conserving cash. And because of automated workflows, smaller publishers and distributors that don’t have large IT infrastructures can take full advantage of digital printing.”
When you publish your own work, you don’t have to submit your book to several publishing houses and have it included in the long list of works that editors need to go through before you can start printing. With self-publishing, book printing in NH can be finished within six months, which is a fraction of the time before publishing houses can even begin producing your book.
More importantly, you will have complete control over what happens to your book. You can start with a smaller quantity in the first print, and adjust according to the demand for the succeeding prints. Reputable NH digital printing companies such as R.C. Brayshaw & Company will assist you with all your marketing needs so the product of your hard work will have no trouble reaching readers.
(Article Information and Image from Digital Printing Moves Beyond the Long Tail, Publishers Weekly, November 1, 2013)