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    Self-publishing, Pint and Web design

    Leon / 23rd July 2016 / All Categories, Case Studies, Print, Web

    We helped Roger Lewis self-publish his book, ‘Tales from the Ranks and Beyond’. We took care of the artwork, print and produced an e-commerce website for books sales.

    Roger has a fantastic story to tell and we like to think we made the process of self-publishing very easy for him. He was keen to use a local Edinburgh based company that could handle the project from start to finish. As Roger would agree, the hard part is writing of the book…..the publishing part is easy.

    We got involved from the outset, creating the original template designs of the book, through to the author’s corrections, proofing, print production and distribution.

    An online presence is key for any product on sale – an e-commerce website was therefore developed to help with sales of the book. We are happy to report that the books have received great reviews and the sales are going very well. If you do get a chance to read the book you will not be disappointed.

    Roger’s early life was unconventional to say the least. Being brought up in South-East London and starting his career as a London cabbie, very interested tales!  He also tells of his rise to senior management of the Credit Union. The book is full of great stories that will have you laughing and crying and laughing again.

    I recently had the good fortune to meet Leon of Fearless Creative. His help and guidance while publishing went a long way in producing splendid printing and presentation. Fearless Creative went above and beyond the normal assistance and have been very professional and efficient in all areas.

    We would have no problem in recommending Fearless Creative to anyone who is looking for a print or web design, they are accommodating and very knowledgable at what they do.

    Paul Mitchell and local author Roger Lewis “Tales of the Ranks and Beyond”.

    We regard Roger, and his right hand man, Paul as good friends of Fearless and wish them well with their future sales.

    Check out the website or buy the book.

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