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TheBookPatch.com Launches: Writers Have Free Online Destination with Myriad Tools; Users Can Print One Book at a Time
Date:5/19/2010

on, non-fiction, family albums, yearbooks, manuals, party favors/memory books, historical pieces, and article compilations, to name a few.

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About TheBookPatch:
TheBookPatch, which is based in Scottsdale, Ariz., is a privately held company. From word one on page one, to a published copy that's ready for sale, TheBookPatch is a one-stop writing and self-publishing Web site for authors of all levels and purposes. It is completely free to use. For additional information, visit www.TheBookPatch.com.

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