Earlier this year we told you about the Expresso Book Machine at Northshire Books in Manchester. The device can make a book-cover and all-in a matter of minutes.
Since it was installed, some of the store’s customers have been using the machine to produce hard-to-find books from a huge online database of titles in the public domain. But the store has discovered that the machine is most popular with would-be authors who want to turn what they’ve written into a book.
VPR’s Steve Zind went back to the store and asked Lucy Gardner Carson to share some of the publications.