Kincardine, ON (PRWEB) April 14, 2006
Publishing company Open Book Press announced today the launch of a new custom publishing imprint, called Family Editions, to the Kincardine, Ontario based publishing company.
Family editions Publishing offers print-on-demand publishing with a unique twist. The new imprint will be the first and only vanity publisher specializing in creating unique, one-of-a-kind private keepsakes, heirlooms, and mementoes for its clients.
The keepsakes come in the form of unique, one-of-a-kind, books that are professionally printed and bound as either a soft cover or hardcover. The company offers various sizes, styles, and color formats to meet any client’s needs or budget. The printing is done on demand through a printing house that Open Book Press is associated with. The company is offering many affordable packages and deals grouping basic book packages with extra services in order to offer clients the most for their money.
Potential clients of this service would be people who want to memorialize a lost loved one or create a tribute to someone in their lives, newlyweds who want to create a permanent printed wedding album, scrap book enthusiasts who want to create a version of their favorite scrapbook that can be handled by friends without risk of damage, artists who want to create an impressive and unique portfolio of their work, and anyone who has a favorite photo album or special occasion they want to immortalize in print.
The idea steams from a book written by company co-owner Mike Gagnon, as a tribute to his grandfather, collecting over 60 years of his artwork. Response to the book from Gagnon’s family, and people interested in doing the same thing has developed into a new niche service that so far, only Family Editions fills.
Anyone can create their own custom, limited edition book collecting their own thoughts and memories for as little as $149.99 U.S. or $209.95 Canadian. For more details and pricing packages see the new website recently launched at http://www.familyeditions.com or call Open Book Press at 519-396-6145.