In order to get on the same page as services like Ingram Spark and Createspace, early this year BookBaby launched an on-demand print service. Since print run publishing doesn't appeal to many self-publishers who want to avoid being burdened with a large quantity order before interest can be gauged, this is a practical option to print a small run or just a one-off book.
As well as having wide appeal for authors looking to self-publish, BookBaby's platform makes it easy for anyone to upload content. With the ability to tailor your own choices for page count, trimming and binding, this is a valuable tool for the average family to build their own special albums, storybooks for kids and more. Users will appreciate that the cost is reflected onscreen as customization is made, so that there are no surprises when it comes time to put through an order.
BookBaby Makes It Easy to Self-Print a Single Edition or a Few Book Copies
Laura McQuarrie — March 11, 2015 — Art & Design
References: print.bookbaby & blog.bookbaby