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Book In A Box

Book writing & publishing as a service

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Tucker Max
@tuckermax · CEO, Book In A Box
Any client that wants to talk to me can, but that access will depend on what you want or need. If you just want a finished book of your ideas, the freelancers we work with are much smarter and better than me at our process. They are professional editors, best selling writers, and journalists, so you are in great hands with them. If you want to add a big … See more
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Tori Bunte
@stttories · PMM, HPE Storage
I'll preface my comment by saying this is an excellent thread with a lot of Maker engagement, which is one of the beautiful things about Product Hunt. The product is undeniably well-developed and presented. I love how diverse the Product Hunt community is. Diversity is such a crucial element in online communities, especially one that is so popular in tech. … See more
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Tucker Max
@tuckermax · CEO, Book In A Box
Book In A Box came about because an entrepreneur called me out, and was right. She had a great book idea, and amazing things to say, she just had no time to deal with writing and publishing a book (who does except writers). I told her there was no way to get a book without writing it, and she called me out, saying if I was an actual entrepreneur, then I wo… See more
Lucas Carlson
@cardmagic · Author of Startup Thrillers
From someone who has used the Book-in-a-Box service (to write http://findingsuccessinfailure.com/), I wanted to jump in here and say that Tucker and Zach make KILLER professional books. Every detail of the book looks professionally published to the point that if I don't say anything, people just assume I got a book deal to write this book. When you work wi… See more
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Tucker Max
@tuckermax · CEO, Book In A Box
Also, gotta give a shot out to two of our amazing advisors: @nisselson and @kamalravikant. They don't get as much press in the Valley as some other names, but they are amazing, and have both been really helpful to us. As someone who advises other companies as well (like @pridebites and @deepeddyvodka), people don't talk enough about how important they can … See more
Eddie Wharton
@eawharton · Data Scientist, Dinner Lab
This raises an interesting question about screening customers. I've seen several discussion about avoiding customers that aren't profitable or that will be too much of a pain in the ass. However, I have never read anything high quality about screening customers who are willing to purchase a product, but who's goal might not be met by it (I bet plastic surg… See more