Your PDF file becomes a book…

You have an ongoing manuscript? You’re about to put the final touch to your memory book, your novel, your recipes or poetry book? By transforming your manuscript into a PDF file, BlookUp offers you the possibility of printing it in small quantity. From one copy from €9, you can print the book you’ve always wanted: yours!


Enjoy these holidays to publish your next book, because until 31/08/2016 with our special offer your can have 15% off on the printing of your new book with the code: BLOOKPDF

Making your book is very easy, you just need to respect 3 rules:

  1. Import your book without the cover and back cover, our service allows you to create your own customised cover.
  2. Your file has to match our specific formats: 15×21 cm or 20×27 cm.
  3. Finally, make sure that your book is between 30 and 500 pages.

After a few clicks, you just have to order it and then 15 working days later you will receive your beautiful paper book at home. You can even promote your book by making it public and sell it on our online library: the BlookShop. A nice way to share your writings with a larger audience!


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The digital book more expensive than the printed book?

a book icon on a screen representing a digital book The question remains unsettled. It would seem that the model business of the digital book is not still good establishes.

A blogger enjoied making a comparative study. In every case, the digital book is more expensive than paper book!

It is a real problem when we know, and we are placed well for the knowledge in the edition of books of blogs, that one of the main costs it is paper (60 % of the price in self-publishing, even if certainly the technique of printing is different).

What is interesting it is to deal with comments, debates and claiming of the Internet users, on the subject.

Between the ecology, the remuneration for the authors, the hacking, the boycott of the publishers. Everyone brings his own arguments. The digital debate vs paper extends in the infinity. But does the debate really exist? Each should have the choice of lira on the support of its choice, the whole being only a packaging of contents.

Should not the publishers and the booksellers more anticipate and to reposition with regard to this advance of the digital technology in their world, rather than to make understand, in a clarify way, that they are not still ready for the digital technology?