Denver, CO, June 15, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Outskirts Press, the only Inc. 500 self-publishing and book marketing company, today announced the expansion of its page count ranges so that more authors can publish their books, virtually regardless of the length of their manuscripts. By offering both longer and shorter page ranges, Outskirts Press has now expanded its ability to assist authors of works ranging anywhere from four pages to one thousand pages.
Particularly helpful to authors of long reference works or short stories, these new Outskirts Press options allows authors previously prohibited from high-quality publishing options to now enter the marketplace affordably.
The black and white paperback page count range offered by Outskirts Press has expanded to 18 pages to 1000 pages (previously 48-740 pages). The black and white hardback page count range has expanded to 18 pages to 1000 pages (previously 108-740 pages).
Today’s announcement of expanded page count ranges follows the recent addition of nine new full-color hardback formats, bring the total book formats available in full-color to fourteen. The new page count ranges also apply to full-color publishing. The color paperback range remains at 4 pages to 480 pages while the newly introduced full-color hardback page range is now 24 pages to 480 pages.
With these recent announcements, including increased page ranges, full-color hardbacks, and Private Label Imprints & ISBNs, Outskirts Press continues to lead the way with a comprehensive suite of services for writing, publishing, and marketing books. Learn more at http://www.outskirtspress.com.
About Outskirts Press, Inc: Outskirts Press, an Inc. 500 company, offers full-service, custom self-publishing and book marketing services for authors seeking a cost-effective, fast, and flexible way to publish and distribute their books worldwide while retaining all their rights and full creative control. Available for authors globally at www.outskirtspress.com and located on the outskirts of Denver, Colorado, Outskirts Press represents the future of book publishing, today.