Caffeine Heroes get a taste of Espresso!

Being an Author of Italian origins, how could I not take advantage of a new agreement between LSI and the Espresso Book Machine? After all, when The Mysterious Minute-Men need a really quick boost of energy, does it not make sense to grab an Espresso?! 🙂

Savage Enterprises Publishing has signed an agreement to make their current (and future) titles available on the revolutionary Espresso Book Machine

It’s like an ATM for books and will allow our titles to be available to a wider audience who could literally buy themselves a copy and have it printed out for them within 10 minutes!

Technology is changing the face of how we interact with each other and it has certainly allowed micro publishers the chance to break down the walls of traditional publishing and reach an audience base that would have been a lot more difficult before.

According to On Demand Books, here is the list of EBM current locations (including my home town!):

The University of Alberta Bookstore – Espresso Books, 9012 Hub Mall, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Internet Archive – 116 Sheridan Avenue, The Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, California

Bibliotheca Alexandrina – P.O. Box 138, El Shatby, Alexandria, Egypt

New Orleans Public Library, 219 Loyola Ave, New Orleans, Lousiana

Angus & Robertson Bookstore – 360 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Australia

University of Michigan Library – Ann Arbor Campus, 818 Hatcher South, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Northshire Bookstore – 4869 Main Street, Manchester Center, Vermont

NewsStand UK – 88 to 84 London Business Park, Roding Road, London, UK

McMaster Innovation Press / Titles On Demand – McMaster University Bookstore, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

McGill University Library (spring 2009) – McLennan Library Building, 3459 McTavish Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

University of Waterloo Bookstore – 200 University Avenue West, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Blackwell Bookshop – 100 Charing Cross Road, London, UK

Brigham Young University Bookstore (spring 2009) – Wilkinson Student Center, University Hill, Provo, Utah, USA

The InfoShop, The World Bank (exhibition 2006) – 701 18th St. N.W., Washington, District of Columbia, USA

New York Public Library, SIBL (exhibition 2007) – 188 Madison Avenue, New York, New York, USA

I’m Ready for the Future! Are you? 🙂

Reminder: Online retailers selling Ready for the future:
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