Pryor and Reed family book new reprints Tuesday, Jul 2 2013 

We are excited to have been able to work with John H. Cunningham III to bring two of his family books back into print. They will be shortly ready to ship and available in soft cover and CD:

The American Pioneers: the History of John Raleigh Pryor and Iva Beatrice Barnhart Pryor, with Histories of Allied Families, by John H. Cunningham III, 1989, 2013 reprint. 470 pages, 8.5×11″, softbound book. R3813-$40.00

The American Pioneers: the History of John Raleigh Pryor and Iva Beatrice Barnhart Pryor, with Histories of Allied Families, by John H. Cunningham III, 1989, 2013 electronic edition. 470 pages, 8.5×11″, CD-PDF. ER3813-$30.00

The Descendants of Amos C. Reed and Jemima Kennard with Histories and Genealogies of Allied Families, by John H. Cunningham III, 1992, 2013 reprint. 230 pages, 8.5×11″, softbound book. R3814-$28.00

The Descendants of Amos C. Reed and Jemima Kennard with Histories and Genealogies of Allied Families, by John H. Cunningham III, 1992, 2013 electronic edition. 230 pages, 8.5×11″, CD-PDF. ER3814-$25.00

The soft cover editions are also available for pre-publication paid orders at a slight discount: Order before August 1, 2013 and get $5 off Pryor retail soft cover and $4 off Reed retail soft cover.

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November 2012 E-Zine (V11#11): Define Thursday, Nov 1 2012 

Perfect (*adhesive, *notch) Binding/Bound: Soft type binding type that secures pages and cover together with glue at the spine (square backed). Stereotype paperback – think telephone directory or paperback novel.

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October 2012 E-Zine (V11#10): Define Thursday, Nov 1 2012 

Notch/Notching (may be used in perfect binding): Parallel grooves cut into the spine perpendicular to the binding edge. The depth and the distance between the grooves can be adjusted to suit the size and weight of the text block. Notching (vs. not notching) increases the amount of surface area on the spine that comes in contact with the adhesive and increases the strength of some type bindings.

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September 2005, V4#9: Design Thursday, Jan 29 2009 

Splitting binding types for economy: Final book publishing costs can be reduced by the types of bindings that are chosen.  While a full project of hardbound books (standard, deluxe, or color) may not be affordable, a publishing of softbound books are.  Depending on the project, it may be possible to hard bind a few of these special to accommodate special paid pre-orders, special gift and family books, collector editions, etc.  By printing the text blocks at the same time, offset orders even saves on printing, versus publishing a hand full of hardbound books separately.

January 2005, V4#1: Design Wednesday, Jan 28 2009 

Fastback suggestions: With the fastback method, a spine imprint may be added, but not very economical on small publishings.  It may also be possible to use a wider variety of specialty covers economically.  With the fastback method there are a limited number of fabric colors available for the spine – one can design their cover to either contrast or match the spine.

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Information on producing cover files now online Wednesday, Jan 14 2009 

Wishing to do your own color cover layout and/or graphic arts design? More specific information on constructing your color hard cover files has been added. Information adapted to soft cover files is also new.

Crowder full cover file

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