Publish Your Family History

Overview

Many people want to write a family history, but few ever take on the job of publishing one. If you’ve done the research, and you want to make a book from it, then Publish Your Family History is for you. It will tell you all the fundamentals of book production, together with the important details that distinguish a home-published book from a homemade one. You’ll learn:

  • how to get your manuscript ready for production;
  • design ideas for the pages and the cover;
  • methods of making pages with or without a computer and printing those pages quickly and inexpensively; and
  • ideas on bindings that last and look great.

Even if time is at a premium, you’re not comfortable with computer technology, or the budget is tight, you’ll learn how to publish a professional-looking family history of your own!

Awards

Commended
Dewey Divas and the Dudes
2010

Reviews

This book has helpful information for anyone interested in producing a book. Don't feel you have to research your roots before you start reading this; it can help you get into print no matter what your topic might be.

Victoria Times-Colonist

About the Authors

Susan Yates

Posted by Kendra on December 6, 2014

Susan Yates

Susan Yates has worked in book publishing since 1978. She has been employed in a variety of publishing and sales positions in which she has produced many books of all types. Now a full-time publishing consultant, she lives in Toronto.

Greg Ioannou

Posted by Kendra on December 6, 2014

Greg Ioannou

Greg Ioannou has edited more than 2,000 books since joining the book-publishing business in 1977 and is currently the president of Colborne Communications. As an author, his previous books are Truly Scary Stories for Fearless Kids and Shivers. He lives in Toronto.