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InstantPublisher – book publisher helping authors self publish

Welcome to our new InstantPublisher blog. InstantPublisher.com is a nationally recognized book-publishing company that has helped turn thousands of Authors’ dreams into reality over the past 10-years with quick affordable service and knowledgeable customer support representatives. With many different printing … Continue reading

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IP Grammar Tips – Part 1

1. Never use “that” when you’re referring to a person. “H.H. Holmes was the first American that became a serial killer.” H.H. Holmes (an alias for Herman Mudgett) was a person, not an object. It’s an insult, even to a … Continue reading

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The History of Book Printing

The history of book printing can be traced back hundreds of years ago to China, where most scholars believe the process’ origins began. Since then, the process of book printing has changed greatly into the advanced, high-quality service that Instant … Continue reading

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“Print-On-Demand” & Marketing your Book at Book Fairs

InstantPublisher specializes in Print-on-Demand. They print product manuals, employee handbooks, and training manuals, and and all other types of printing services. After placing your order and printing your book, it’s time to market this possible “best seller.” Talk to many … Continue reading

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IP Writing Tips: A Handful of Homophones

A homophone is a word with multiple spellings and meanings, but only one pronunciation. The most common homophonic gaffe involves to, too and two. It’s pretty easy to deal with by keeping these simple rules in mind: – Two is … Continue reading

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IP Writing Tips: Decoding the Jargon: Polishing your Manuscript

So you’ve written a book. You’ve even gotten some readers to look at it. If you’re unfortunate, those readers are friends and family, who will pull their punches at best. If you’re very lucky, they will be expert readers, and … Continue reading

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