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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
WITH publishing houses being so pernickety about new blood, novice novelists can now take charge and publish their own books.
Courtesy of America's first in-store-instant-book-printing machine, all one requires is a floppy disk, CD-ROM or an e-mail to the Bookends bookstore in New Jersey to possess a perfectly-bound customised paperback version of their literary offerings - in as short a time as 17 minutes, claims the New York Times.
One of the cheapest print-on-demand services available, prices start from US$150 (RM570) for 10 copies of the book (of up to 250 pages), with all royalties to the author. For an …