Sudoku Puzzle Book Print Publishing Design & Formatting Service Launched

WMC Publishing, a professional independent publishing house, launched a wide range of Sudoku creation, design and publishing services for authors interested in Sudoku puzzle books. The company offers original Sudoku puzzles of various levels, complete professional formatting, and optional cover design services.

Nongprue, Thailand - April 21, 2017 /PressCable/ —

WMC Publishing, an independent publishing house, announced the launch of complete Sudoku puzzle book creation, design and formatting services for a limited number of aspiring authors.

More information can be found at https://wmcpublishing.com/done-for-you-sudoku.

Print-on-demand services have become increasingly popular, as many aspiring authors discover the benefits of self-publishing. For new authors, puzzle books are an accessible option, as they are less demanding than most other genres while also enjoying considerable popularity among a variety of audiences.

WMC Publishing is an independent publishing house currently focusing on providing indie authors with professional, high-quality formatting, cover design and digital conversion services. As part of its series of new services, the company has announced limited-time Sudoku book creation, design and formatting services for a selection of new authors.

The publishing house strives to provide comprehensive services for aspiring authors looking to publish original Sudoku books. WMC Publishing has years of experience providing professional Sudoku formatting and publishing services for its in-house authors, with hundreds of books featuring a wide range of Sudoku puzzles.

WMC Publishing creates unique Sudoku books in .pdf format based on the author’s preferences. The company currently provides a large selection of formats and difficulty levels, suitable for authors looking to publish Sudoku books for a variety of audiences.

The publishing house creates and designs a wide selection of Sudoku book formats. The company offers 6” x 9” and 8.5” x 11” formats, each containing 100 or 200 books of up to four levels of difficulty.

Authors can choose from a wide variety of customization features, including title, sub-title, copyright notice, general theme, introduction, original content and anything else, including their own cover photos. WMC Publishing also provides custom cover design services as an optional feature to their Sudoku publishing package.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://wmcpublishing.com.

Contact Info:
Name: Donald Saunders
Organization: WMC Publishing
Address: Safe Independent Co. Ltd. No 12, 414/18 Moo 12, Nongprue, Banglamung 20150, Thailand

For more information, please visit https://wmcpublishing.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 189052

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