Books to Go

By the way, that ‘self-pub­lished’ feel is usu­ally the res­ult of good qual­ity paper.

The Bookseller has this to say about the Espresso, a new Print-On-Demand device that could see cus­tom­ers strolling into a book­shop and ask­ing for a copy of any book — the cheeky bas­tards.

I’ll admit that I was ori­gin­ally scep­tic­al about the qual­ity of the books pub­lished by the Espresso, I assumed that they would all have that “self pub­lished” feel to them, with pages mis­aligned and smudged jack­ets. But, hold­ing a freshly prin­ted and deli­ciously warm copy of Jason Epstein’s’ Book Business, my qualms dis­solved.

By the way, that icky, ‘self-pub­lished’ feel is usu­ally the res­ult of good qual­ity paper.

The Espresso has landed | theBookseller.com

Author: Ian Hocking

Writer and psychologist.

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