You have a story to tell, and that should be your focus. However, taking the written word and producing the subsequent book can be a bit of a sticky wicket. That’s where C-Suite Press can make your life easy. Here’s a brief summary of our services:
- Cover Design
Image is everything. So the layout of your book’s cover should be eye-catching, identify with the subject matter, and provoke the reader’s interest.
- Interior Design
We create a general look for the interior of your book, which covers page layout, font selection, header and footer design, and the treatment of sidebars, readouts, and graphics.
Providing they’re print quality, we can take your images and use them in your book, or we can provide from a variety of photo archives those pictures that work well with your story.
Professional editing is a must for your book. If you’re a good writer, we want to make your words even better. And if you need some assistance in tying everything together, we can make your story shine.
This important step allows us to catch typos, inconsistencies, and inaccuracies that may be lurking about.
If we feel your book needs “indexing,” we’ll explain why and let you decide if we should categorize the content in the appropriate manner.
- Layout and Typesetting
We hand off the approved design and your source document to our layout experts for formatting and typesetting. Part of this process involves creating the electronic files that are required by the printer’s prepress department.
- E-Book Formatting
We develop the files necessary for making your book available to Kindle and Nook users.
- Marketing and Promotion
If you need assistance with publicizing your book, look no further. For example, if you want to have a companion website developed for your book, or if you want to leverage the power of social media for marketing purposes, we can help.
“Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.”
~Sir Richard Steele
“Be as careful of the books you read as of the company you keep, for your habits and character will be as much influenced by the former as by the latter.”
“The man who doesn’t read good books has no advantage over the man who can’t read them.”