The Espresso Book Machine

The Espresso Book Machine is a state-of- the -art printer which produces high quality paperbacks with full colour covers, trimmed to order in the time it takes to brew a coffee.

We are fortunate at Books At One to have the only machine of its kind in Ireland and the UK. Our print on demand service is a social enterprise and is managed by staff and volunteers on a not for profit basis.

We offer a flexible, one to one printing service. We have no minimum quantities and welcome small print runs which may be suitable for individuals or groups who wish to:

  • Print, self-publish and perhaps sell your own book
  • Create a paperback anthology for your writers’ group
  • Create copies of your book to distribute amongst editors, proof-readers, designers in advance of taking the traditional publishing route.
  • Transform your memoir, family history, or favourite recipies into paperback format for posterity.
  • Re-print your own copy of a much-loved classic or any public domain book (not subject to copyright)
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If you wish we can add your book to our shelves and database. It then becomes a print on demand book and can be purchased via our website. We also offer the use of the book shop premises at a mutually suitable time and date for your book launch.

Pricing:
We offer a free initial consultation of up to one hour. Our initial upload fee of €50 includes up to three updates and one sample copy of your book.
Additional copies cost €5.00 plus €0.05 per page (sheet). Surcharges apply for colour printing ,details available at consultation.
We do not supply ISBN numbers, they may be purchased from the Neilsen UK ISBN Agency

Formatting Requirements
The EBM prints from PDF files only. Full submission guidelines here.

Book A Free Consultation
We offer a simple one hour consultation to ensure your PDF’s are print ready, to answer any other queries and if necessary connect you with our design partners.

Email ebmbooksatone@gmail.com
Phone +353(0)98 66885

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