How Xlibris Works–Written A Book?

We offer complete book production and design


The process begins with your submission, which consists of:

  • Your ordering information
  • Your interior and cover text in a word processing format
  • Your images in a digital format or as a hard copies

From there, we create the full design of your book. Once completed, we send you full-color e-proofs for your feedback and approval. When you are satisfied, we print a copy of your book and send it to you for your final perusal.

Your Book, your rights—Forever

When you publish with Xlibris, it is forever. Because we have the technology to store your book digitally and manufacture as many copies as needed, your book is always available and will never go out print—for as long as you choose.

At Xlibris, you are the publisher. You own your images and you own your text. You keep total ownership of the rights to your work. This means that you get to decide when to publish, republish or unpublish your book, or opt to work with other publishers or agents.

We provide you with great customer services

Publishing a book can be a daunting prospect. That is where Xlibris comes in. We make it easy because we are available every step of the way. Our knowledgeable staff is responsive to your needs. We realize that your success is our success and view the publication process as a collaborative effort that requires your participation. Working together with you ensures that we will produce the best book possible and that you will ultimately love result.




Writing A Book?
Call 1-888-795-4274 or email for your free consultation. Get Started today by requesting your Free Editing Guide.

Posted on August 11, 2013, in Self Publishing and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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