The Espresso Book Machine has stepped it up to another level. Now you can get a full book printed while you wait, before you finish your latte. It’s the only digital-to-print-to-retail process available so far.
Major publishers and printers are already using this machine to service their clients, but now you can print your own self-published book and take out another middleman.
This amazing machine is available in a few university bookstores, libraries and coffee shops in the USA and other countries.
Watch the video to see it at work. Then check to find the location near you so you can dash over with your manuscript to see the Espresso Book Machine firsthand.
Below the video, you’ll see the buzz this machine is creating on Twitter.
Leave your comments telling me what you think the Espresso Book Machine means for the future of publishing.
— Tony Ryan (@aussietony) September 30, 2013
"The Espresso Book Machine," my article, including the 3 D's of why it's important to writers – in the March 2013 issue of RWR. 🙂
— Janice Hussein (@DocumentDriven) October 6, 2013
— Matt Asher / SFP (@MattAsher) September 28, 2013
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