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We can publish under your own imprint and offer a cost effective method to bring back a previously published title or prevent a current title from going out of print. Using state of the art print on demand technology alleviates the need to pay for a press run and reduces warehousing, inventory and other major expenses traditionally associated with publishing books. Books with subjects that have an everlasting interest to readers can be kept "in print".

Once a book has been published in this manner reprinting is never required. Books will remain in print and available almost indefinitely. As a result revenues may grow year after year with no additional cost to keep the title in distribution.

You can provide your own International Standard Book Number (ISBN) for each book published under your own imprint in order to ensure that you maintain all rights to the work. Records of all sales are duly accounted for and a favorable split of all net proceeds are shared with contributing publishers.

By using leading edge print on demand technology the books will be attractive high quality editions. This method allows publishers to make high quality paperback and hardcover books with both black & white or color interiors available to the reading public quickly and economically. Previously published books may be re-released worldwide or new works can be test marketed at a low cost. It offers the best combination of low start-up costs, high quality and real earning potential.

There are no minimums to order or monthly charges to keep books in circulation after publication.

Having partnered with Ingram Books and Baker & Taylor, the largest distributors of books in North America, we can help you achieve your goals. In Europe we have also partnered with industry leading distributors Gardners Books and Bertram Books. Distribution of printed books in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region will be available in 2011.

Your work can also be made available as an e-book, the fastest growing segment in the book industry. We are currently partnered with distributors worldwide that allow our authors' e-books to be purchased from:

- Amazon's Kindle (U.S. & U.K.)
- Barnes & Noble's Nook
- Borders Kobo (U.S. & Australia)
- Book-A-Million
- Apple's iBookstore (for iPad, iPhone, etc.)
- Chapters/Ingido's Kobo
- Sony's e-Reader Store
- Bookstrand
- Powells
- MobiPocket
- WHSmith U.K.
- Angus & Robertson (Australia)
- Whitcoulls (New Zealand)
- Thousands of libraries worldwide
- and many, many other online retailers all around the world.

E-books will also be made available with the much anticipated Google Editions e-bookstore when it goes online in 2011.

CCB Publishing is pleased to announce a new distribution channel for its authors’ books. Placed primarily in bookstores and libraries, the Espresso Book Machine® (the “EBM”), a Time Magazine “Best Invention of 2007,” is essentially an ATM for books. The EBM automatically prints, binds and trims on demand at point of sale perfect-bound library-quality paperback books with full-color covers that are indistinguishable from most books on a bookstore shelf. The EBM can manufacture a 300-page book in less than 4 minutes while the customer waits. Books with black and white interiors will be universally available, while books with color interiors will only be available from certain sites. In addition to Time Magazine, this revolutionary new technology has been featured by The New York Times, Newsweek, Fortune, CNN and NPR.

Other participating publishers of note include John Wiley & Sons, Hachette Book Group, McGraw-Hill, Simon & Schuster, Clements Publishing, Information Age Publishing, Macmillan, University of California Press and W.W. Norton.

In addition to being featured at the Book Fair in London, England and at BookExpo America in New York City, there have been many EBM installations to date with many more planned. In addition to the following locations, current plans include new installations in multiple locations at universities, bookstores and other retailers in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.

Current locations:
• New Orleans Public Library, New Orleans, LA, USA
• University of Michigan Library, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
• Schuler Books & Music Inc., Grand Rapids, MI, USA
• Northshire Bookstore, Manchester Center, VT, USA
• Boxcar & Caboose Bookshop, Saint Johnsbury, VT, USA
• Brigham Young University Bookstore, Provo, UT, USA
• University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, USA
• Harvard Bookstore, Cambridge, MA, USA
• The University of Arizona Bookstores, Tuscon, AZ, USA
• University of Missouri Bookstore, Columbia, MO, USA
• Village Books, Bellingham, WA, USA
• Third Place Books, Lake Forest Park, WA, USA
• University of Washington Bookstore, Seattle, WA, USA
• Grace Mellman Community Library, Temecula, CA, USA
• Flintridge Bookstore & Coffeehouse, La Caρada Flintridge, CA, USA (2010)
• North Dakota State University Bookstore, Fargo, ND, USA
• University of Pittsburgh Hillman Library, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
• North Carolina State University Bookstore, Raleigh, NC, USA
• University of Texas Co-Op Bookstore, Austin, TX, USA
• McNally Jackson Bookstore, New York City, NY, USA (2010)

• University of Alberta Bookstore, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
• McMaster University Bookstore, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
• University of Waterloo Bookstore, Ontario, Canada
• University of Toronto Bookstore, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
• McGill University Library, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
• Books Inn Inc., Miramichi, New Brunswick, Canada
• Oscar's Art Bookstore, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
• University of Victoria Bookstore, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada (2010)
• University of Prince Edward Island Bookstore, PEI, Canada (2010)

• Newsstand UK, London, England
• Blackwell Bookshop, London, England
• The American Book Center, The Netherlands (2010)

• Library of Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt
• New York University Abu Dhabi, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

• China Publishing Group, Beijing, China
• Books Sanseido, Tokyo, Japan

• DA Information Services, Melbourne, Australia
• University of Melbourne Bookshop, Melbourne, Australia

Security & Author Royalties
All titles for sale by the EBM network will be delivered in a secure, encrypted format. The network uses industry-standard cryptography that provides secure communication as content travels throughout the network. The EBM’s software assures the security of the titles and automatically tracks all jobs, so as to ensure that authors receive royalties for each book sold.

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