I recently stumbled upon a really fantastic Reddit post by user synapticsynapsid about how to build your own book and decided that I couldn’t keep this great little tidbit to myself. I’ve always loved the idea of printing and binding my own books (especially if it’s for a book that I don’t want anyone else to read – I think we’ve all got at least one of those), so when I found this great visual guide, I immediately bookmarked it (and then promptly forgot about it for two years).
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