Most of our authors allow you to print personal copies of their work and have set their PDF preferences accordingly. But please aware, it is illegal to sell copies of an author's work in any form.
Make sure you have your printer set to print two pages per sheet if you are printing a trade-paperback size ebook. You will have to experiment a little if you want your pages to back up correctly. Alternatively, it is seriously worth considering using print management sotware like Clickbook to ensure pages come out in the right order. There is currenty a free trial so you have nothing to lose.
Here are some simple ways you can bind your ebooks at home.
|Loose-leaf Ring Binder
You can store a few ebooks in one of these! They come in both A5 and A4 sizes. Also available in trendy coloured-plastic wallet styles.
|Spiral or Comb Binding
Your local stationery store or instant print shop can do this for you or you could buy your own binding machine and save money in the long term.
|Plastic Slide Binder
Quick and simple. Sizes for up to 90 sheets. Available in a range of colours. Buy online or from your local stationery store.
|Planner / Organiser
Read your ebooks in your lunch break, on business trips or while commuting. Don't forget to tell your friends where you get your free ebooks!
Now you can make your ebooks look just like real paperbacks! Check out this free website for mountains of useful information.
Fold your A4 sheets in half and staple twice in the centre with a Booklet stapler. Ideal for up to 15 sheets (60 A5 pages). Easy peasy!