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IoW Print Shop

Hi, its Kath McGill the IOW LIbrarian wanting to tell you about some thing really cool, the IOW PRINT SHOP located in the Undercroft of the Abby of Archaea!

Isle of Wyrms Print Shop

What is the IOW Print Shop?
Well, for anyone who has had the desire to have their writing published the IOW Print Shop is the way to go!

How does it work?

It all starts with an idea, and then a note card or two!
followed by a conversation with the printer and having the idea of the story worked out, then from the note card it gets dropped into a series of programs which will then generate a lovely SL book for the author!

Are there more details?

Yes, and there are some restrictions of what can be printed as well.

Ok, the book has been printed in SL, so what now?

First, a copy of the book is made avalible in the librarys (Iow & Raglan Shire) , It will not be for sale, but it will be free to view for anyone.
Should the author wish to sell the book they are free to do so, As well, if they are interested in selling it on Amazon, a link to their author page will be placed within the book sellers shop.

How much does this cost?

The service to create the books are free! There may be a nominal upload charge for the images but something may be able to be worked out.

An additional option to this publication is to have a single image created and a note card dispenser placed inside.

Whats the next step?

Create the note card! you will find a red mail box next to the printing press, just drop it in there and some one from the staff will get back to you , it's that simple!!

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