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Publish your own book, thanks to Where The Trade Buys

Publish your own book, thanks to Where The Trade Buys

Anyone who believes the old saying that everyone has a book in them can now prove that true – thanks to the latest innovation from the UK’s leading online digital print platform.

The past year has left many people believing they have a story to tell or wanting to chronicle their own family history, share their homemade recipes or simply finally get that novel written.
And now Where The Trade Buys is offering people the chance to see their work in print, thanks to a new innovation which allows anyone to create a perfectly bound book.
The website will be giving would-be authors tips on how to create and upload their work, which can then be produced in A4, A5 and novel size.
The flexibility of the PUR book offering means that it can create books of up to 600 pages, which can include photography or artwork, printed using the latest HP T250 high definition and high-speed inkjet.
Gary Peeling, CEO of Where The Trade Buys, believes this new service will be very popular.
“It’s extremely difficult for people to get their work published without having an agent and almost impossible to get to a leading publisher,” he said.
“Even a massively successful writer like JK Rowling was rejected by more than 12 publishers before she got her break, so it can be very disheartening.
“Now we can help anyone to get their book published, even if it’s just something that may be of interest to a very small group of people such as a family which might want to share their own history.
“Lockdown has given lots of people the time to write their book and now we’re offering this amazing opportunity to have it published.”
This new product is the latest in a long line of innovations from Where The Trade Buys which offer a huge range of items from PPE and safety equipment to personalised items ranging from greetings cards to wrapping paper, to flyers, business cards and banners.


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