Formendacil has the gist of it. Essentially write your story, have it edited from grammar, spelling continuity etc... then submit it typewritten and bound to some publishing companies.
If it is a book with graphics, spend the money and have your pages with images printed at a Staples/Kinkos type place. I would recommend only printing color pages at a retail outlet. Print the rest yourself and then have the retail outlet bound the manuscript. Personal printing can cost you 100's of $$$ with little or no return. You could probably print off color pages and have your manuscript bound for about $15.00 each depending how many color pages you have. No color pages should run you less than $3.00 each to have bound. Once it is finished and looking professional, then you could shop it around to publishers.
Aside from that, good luck and this topic belongs in Publishing not stories. Perhaps an ever so helpful Admin could move it.
Would you look at that, they did move it. Isn't that special.
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