Some authors prefer to freewrite their first draft, getting the words down as quickly as possible, with no regard for spelling or format. Other writers spend a great deal of time crafting well-polished sentences, producing a first draft that, in some cases, may need very little further work.
on Demand technology
Also known as Publish on Demand, POD is increasingly being used by authors to print small numbers of books on topics that have too small an audience to interest a traditional publisher, or even a small press publisher. It's also reviving previously published books now out of print.
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