The Fast Fingers is a book formatting service that will prepare or format your manuscript according to the formatting guidelines set by IngramSpark, Lulu, Kindle Direct Publishing, Smashwords or your own local printer.
If you need artworks or illustrations for your children's book, we can create them for you. From cartoonized, manga, to realistic type of drawings, we can do it for you. Price rate would depend on the type of style.
We know very well these self-publishing platforms. We know their guidelines and specifications and we can guarantee that your book will pass their standards. We will take care of all the details involved in publishing to them.
We can format and design almost everything. Arts and Photography, Biographies and Memoirs, Business and Investing, Cookbooks, Health and Fitness, Medical Books, Self-help, Social Media, Travel and a lot more.
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