Ron’s Tip of the Day Custom Books

Welcome to Ron’s Tip of the Day. Throughout the week I will share a tip with you. Today I am looking at Custom Books.

Custom Books (a definition): Ranging from Flash fiction to Short Story (or less than 750 words to 7,500 words).

Although TR Writing Services has plans for books of 17,000 words or more, we are especially interested in Custom Books. Our basic plans take care of Novelettes (17,000 to 40,000 words), Novellas or Short Books (30,000 to 60,000), and Novels (40,000 to above 100,000). But what about books that are considerably shorter?

 Our custom plans (Custom 120 and Custom 150) are designed for the author who wants to write, but books of 40,000 words or more seem daunting.

The answer is Custom Books. Our Custom 120 is ideal for the writer who will be writing a book of 120 pages (30,000 words) or less. For example, you may want to write a non-fiction book, say a ‘how to’ book, that only covers 20 pages. The Custom 120 allows you that freedom and provides the professional help you need and want.

The only drawback is finding affordable printers. We provide you information to help you select your own printer in your local community.

Custom 150 is the same as the custom 120 but allows for more pages. Essentially it offers the same services as the 120. The truth is we offer many of the same services as the bigger plans.

Are these plans expensive?

In designing these plans, we have intentionally kept the prices low, less than $100 $86 for Custom 150!

Each writer needs to do their research and find the best plan that fits their needs. We are not afraid of such comparisons because we know what we offer. Whether you choose us or someone else isn’t the most important thing. The most important thing is that you choose to become a writer. Don’t let the unknown stop you!

Tip of the Day: TR Writing Services Custom Plans are designed with you in mind.

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R Frederick Riddle is the Editor of TR Writing Services providing help to struggling and/or new authors to write and publish their books. He is also an author of Historical, Speculative, and Mystery fiction, plus co-founder and Vice President of T&R Independent Books. To reply to any blog you can comment on a blog and/or send an email to His Facebook page is at RFrederickRiddlesWorld.

Published by R. Frederick Riddle

My wife (Tess) and I are authors and co-founders of T&R Independent Books. Founded in 2014 TR publishes our books and promotes writing. While we write in two different genres (Tess in Teen and mystery, myself in historical fiction) both writings are from a Christian perspective. I am first a Christian and secondly an author. I love writing about Old Testament saints. Whenever I write I always try to place myself within the primary character's shoes. In long novels that means I may focus on different characters at differing times. The result hoped for is that I bring the character to life. Apparently, according to reviewers, I have achieved this. I also write in Speculative fiction (future history, if you will), plus we've not started TR Writing Services to assist new and struggling authors to write and publish using the Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) platform. And we keep our prices low.

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