PRLog - Aug. 28, 2010 - Eva Dillner likes to be on the leading edge when it comes to distributing her books. The latest channel is the Espresso Book Machine, starting to pop up in libraries and retail outlets across the globe. On demand books with millions of titles to choose from.
Available on the Espresso Book Machine
Imagine going into a bookstore or library. The book you want is not on the shelf. But, there sits an Espresso Book Machine. It may look like a large copy machine, but contains so much more. Simply browse through the digital catalog, choose the book you want, and while you have a coffee the book is printed. In minutes you can take home any book in the catalog, produced to the same exacting standards as a factory made book.
Print on demand has already started to revolutionize the industry. Digital book files are the sole inventory of the modern publisher. Only when a customer places an order through an internet retailer like Amazon, does the book get printed and shipped to the customer. The Espresso Book Machine takes the concept even further, bringing the book directly to the customer. From a supply chain perspective it's a dream come true.
Where on earth can you find the Espresso Book Machine? The list keeps growing on http://www.ondemandbooks.com/
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About Eva Dillner
Author & Artist
Personal growth with a human touch
Eva Dillner is a writer, artist, therapist and teacher specializing in creative and therapeutic processes for inspiration and transformation. Through her company Divine Design she publishes books and art as well as audio and e-books. Her publishing partners are on the leading edge of the digital age.
Her art has been described as magical, mystical, dreamy, inspiring, fantastic, emotional, healing, like stars being born, a journey through Cosmos and Mother Earth.
In between writing and painting she travels and does the occasional exhibition or workshop, somewhere in the world.
Read more on http://www.divinedesign.nu