“When you can afford to, it’s possible to print books on demand from any printer you can find online.
You’ll need to take the time to research the options available and to understand how to use them.”
The best place to start is with your local bookstore or library.
Most of them have a range of books that are currently in print, such as magazines, novels and children’s books.
“If you are keen on buying one, it can cost between £3.50 and £5 depending on the size of the book.
There are a range, such a paperback book from £1.99 and a hardback book from up to £15.99.”
Once you’ve got your printout, you need to figure out how to put it on your phone or computer, and where to put your book cover.
“You may need to create a separate folder for each of your books, so you’ll need an image to represent your book.
If you have an iPad, there are plenty of great tutorials to help you create your own.”
The UK’s biggest online bookseller, Bookshop, is offering a £1 discount on a £200 purchase.
For more on book sales, visit bookshop.com.