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With a decade of experience in the publishing industry, Fast-Print Publishing provides professional book publishing services, worldwide distribution and availability, as well as top-quality design and marketing services. Armed with a team of helpful publishing services advisors, Fast-Print offers authors the chance to publish in an entirely unique way – that is, by choosing exactly what you want with a bespoke publishing process, free from the restrictive, package-based systems which are so widely used amongst our competitors.
With Fast-Print’s on-site print-on-demand facilities, neither you nor the retailer needs to order more copies of your book than necessary. This also means that the self-publishing process is simplified and our print costs are comparatively low, which translates into the low prices that we can offer for our brilliant publishing services and the competitive RRPs which give your book an increased chance of success.
With Fast-Print Publishing, becoming a published author is an easy, step-by-step process. Self-publishing has never been simpler.
At Fast-Print, we believe that it is crucial to consider the environmental impact of all aspects of our business. Our parent company, Printondemand-worldwide, is a leading UK manufacturer of digitally printed books – and consequently Fast-Print is subject to the same rigorous environmental standards. We understand that it is essential that our environmental impact is continually assessed and reduced, and are one of the leading pioneers of ‘print-on-demand’. This means that when a copy of your book is ordered, we print and despatch it, using the customer’s money, not yours. As a result, we don’t contribute to the figure of 70million books pulped annually due to over-ordering. It also means that you’ll receive a royalty on every individual sale.