Family Book - Sunni's Photo's
All I can say is yippee! What an ordeal! I don’t know if I would ever take on another project like that, but I’m so glad this is finished after ten years. It looks terrific too!
I didn’t want this book on Amazon because it’s just stories about our lives as kids growing up on a cotton farm in the south. My sisters and I have been burning up the phone lines over the last month to hash out the rest of the details and get it all in order. I barely stayed under my cell phone minutes, which is a good thing, but I used lots of ink and toner on this book because I had to make eight copies once it was proofread several times, corrections made, and then all the old B/W photos put in.
Once the printing process was over which took me several days, I bound it myself using my comb-binding machine. Naturally, I had to order supplies from Amazon because the office stores here didn’t have anything the right size.
I’m very happy with the way it turned out, but its one big book. Each one weighs over a pound and is 324 pages long.
This was a rush to finish because my mom is losing her memory and I want her to be able to read it before it’s too late. I’m going there for a few days to surprise her. I’ll post again when I return.