Fawn, nice seeing another Irish forum member, even though I am actually South African. I use a system very similar to the McClains one at the link above, but I make it myself. I use a small table top press, but it works just as well with a baren or spoon. I use a piece of cardboard (sketchbook backing works great, but so will matboard) slightly bigger than the paper, glue and tape a strip of lino to either edge to prevent the press roller from jumping onto the block. Then I glue an L-shaped piece of matboard to the left upper corner of the paper, and two L-shaped pieces of matboard to opposite corners of the lino block, making sure the block sits very snug in them with no movement, and thats it.
The block is inked away from the registration board and then placed carefully inside the L's.
I cut all the papers to have a square edge at the left top (back side up). Place the left top corner in the paper L while holding the page up, keep the edge snug in the L and carefully lower the paper onto the inked block in one smooth movement. The photo shows me doing this with one hand, but only because the camera is in the other, I use left hand to hold it down and right to lower the paper. You may want to do it the other way around...
Wipe softly with your hand to engage the paper with the inked block and then proceed to print.
As you can see I also tape the matboard strips with masking tape or brown packaging tape as extra security, and because I was in too big a hurry to wait for the glue to dry properly!
This method works fine for fairly small editions, but I've found that after about 70 or so impressions, (7 colour reduction, edition of 10) the matboard becomes worn and some movement occurs, and you may need to replace the L's if it happens. I also re-use the board, simply pull the L's of and glue new ones down for the next print.
Good luck and show us what you are doing!