CreateSpace, a member of the Amazon group of companies, offers a fast, easy and economical way to self-publish your family history or genealogy how-to book. Better still, your book will be listed in Amazon's catalog and be available for sale to millions of potential customers on Amazon.com. Books are produced as they are ordered and there are no set-up fees. Amazon just gets a cut of every book you sell. Interested in selling ebooks? Amazon offers publishing for the Kindle as well.
The chosen binder for the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Family Heritage Publishers offer archival-quality printing for any size publishing job.
5. LuluLulu is a popular and relatively inexpensive "no frills" print-on-demand book publisher used by many genealogists. Lulu offers online tools, similar to your word processing software or graphics/photo editing application, for laying out and creating your family history book. Lulu even lets you set up a personal online bookstore to sell your book - either privately to family and friends, or publicly.
7. MyCanvasFamily history books, photo books, calendars and charts can all be created and printed through the MyCanvas publishing service offered by Ancestry.com. This is a creative online design tool geared toward creating family history or other books. You can then print your finished pages at home or order a professionally printed, coffee-table quality book from MyCanvas.
A free publishing and distribution platform for ebook authors and publishers, SmashWords makes it easy to publish multi-format, DRM-free ebooks readable on any e-reading device. It is entirely free to publish ebooks on SmashWords, they just take a cut of the profit on each book you sell. Your ebooks are distributed to major online catalogs such as Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and the Apple iPad bookstore.