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Recommended Printers for the
Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit™

Printing the book is just one aspect of getting your book into the hands of readers.

Printing postcards, business cards, flyers and banners are also part of creating the business presence you need to become successful in the business of writing.

Hiring a printer can be intimidating if you haven't done it before. The terminology is second nature to them and they will ask you to fill out forms using their terminology. A simple misinterpretation of any one of those parameters can result in a botched job or wasted time and/or money.

There will be one printer presenting at the Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit and its representatives will be there to answer your questions and give you valuable insight into the printing needs for your project.

Common Book Printing Questions / Considerations

  • What is the difference in cost between black and white and full color printing?
  • How many colors constitute full color printing?
  • What is the difference in print price for the same 250 page book, cut at 9 x 6 vs trade paperback size (8.5 x 5.5)?
  • Why that difference is so dramatic?
  • Do you know the minimum resolution for your files that printers need to work with?
  • Do you know the difference in price between hard cover and perfect binding (paperback) books?
  • What is the most common paper weight for your book cover?
  • How many books do I have to run if I want to use recycled paper?
  • How many decisions have to be made regarding your book cover alone? Paper weight, full color, spine size, uv coating, double sided...
  • Does your printer also print the bookmarks, postcards, business cards you need?

We are sure you'll have many more relevant questions for the printers of the Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit.

If you have a question you would like a publisher to answer, please go to the 'Contact us' page and send it in. We will do our best to get it answered for you.







These printers have shown high quality, high integrity of service to authors involved with the Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit and they are the recommended printers for the Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit™.

  • Print Connection

    http://www.printconnectiondenver.com

    specializes in books, promotional products, and all your business printing

    Troy or Kellie

    8006 E. Arapahoe Rd.

    Suite #30

    Centennial, CO 80112

    Phone: 303-779-1420

    Fax: 303-779-1450

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Writer's Summit Tip #11:

Read your book aloud to a willing reader or to a digital recorder. Listen for awkward phrasing. Listen when you catch yourself paraphrasing, instead of reading. Make a mark as you are reading your book and come back to it, don't try and fix it during the read.

After I wrote "Angel On Board," I read it to my 9 year old daughter and listened to myself as I read it aloud. I caught awkward phrasing, repeated words and many other irritating flaws. I tell everyone that she was my best editor!

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Writer's Summit Tip #10:

Hand your first proof to someone who is a skilled editor and allow them to 'clean' up your book BEFORE you share your book with friends and family.

Remember, your first proof is not ready for publication! It is like a newborn baby with the gunk still on it. If you do you share your book prematurely with non-professionals, you open yourself up to unnecessary criticism and (unintentional) dream stealing.

Your confidence is what will drive the book's initial sales and any early words of criticism can ring in your ears for a long time. Wait until you are confident in your project and solid in your dream - BEFORE you share it with others, especially those closest to you whose opinions you value highly!

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