CreateSpace Launches Books On Demand Service

    August 8, 2007

CreateSpace, previously known as Custom FlixLabs, part of the group of companies has launched a new online Books on Demand service.

CreateSpace also announced that it is no longer charging setup fees for books, audio CDs and DVDs. Authors, filmmakers and musicians can sell their work on Amazon, CreateSpace and using their own free eStore without inventory.

"The new CreateSpace Books on Demand service removes substantial economic barriers and makes it really easy for authors who want to self-publish their books and distribute them on," said Jeff Wilke, senior vice president, North American Retail,

"The service will also give millions of Amazon customers access to an even greater selection of books, just as CreateSpace’s DVD and CD on Demand services are adding significant selection to our movie and music catalogs."

Books on Demand works the same way as CreateSpace’s DVD and CD on Demand service. CreateSpace books purchased on Amazon are printed on demand, display "in stock" availability and can be shipped in 24 hours.