A bit on bleed

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In this post, I discuss a little bit about the technicalities of self publishing (or really publishing in general): bleed and trim.

Bleed is defined (by Wikipedia) as “a printing term that refers to printing that goes beyond the edge of the sheet after trimming. The bleed is the part on the side of your document that gives the printer that small amount of space to move around paper ...

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Self Publishing Observations

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Of course, as noted throughout the site, the first title available from Late Nite Books is the d10 Core Roleplaying Game System Pocket Companion & Core Rulebook available on Amazon.  This, of course, is a major step for me personally and my fledgling company, so I decided that I would share a little bit of my insights into this process.

I am very happy that my first book turned out so well, and I am even more satisfied ...

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d10 Core Roleplaying System Available on Amazon!

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You heard it right!  The d10 Core Roleplaying System is now available on Amazon.com, the largest online bookseller.  You can purchase a copy of the finished product for $14.95 USD.  Check it out!

The d10 Core Roleplaying System allows you to run any kind of game you want, simple, fast, and easy. This book is the 150-page core rulebook: it contains all of the core rules, charts and tables, character examples, and gameplay examples that you need ...

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d10 Core System PDF available (FREE!)

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This is an older article. Please refer to the newer stuff!

After a great deal of deliberation with myself, my family, colleagues, friends, and strangers, I have decided to release an eBook version of the d10 Core Roleplaying Game System free of charge from my website.  I will explain why I decided to do this, and then I’ll tell you how and where to get it.

The first and foremost reason is that no one out there has any valid reason to ...

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Website Switch-Over

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I have decided to return to my native WordPress prior to the launch of the d10 Core Roleplaying System.  It is just simpler to use than Drupal, and it includes a large amount of social networking software built-in from an out-of-the-box state.  It’s always easier to integrate your site into the existing social networking framework of the internet (such as Facebook and Twitter) than to attempt to create ...

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