1. Write your book.
If you’ve found our website, you probably have a book ready, or almost ready for publishing. We can help you take the final steps, by offering various services to authors to help you produce that final polished, Word or pdf file.
2. Send it to us.
Once you are happy with your final Word or pdf file, send it to us. If your file is large, with many images, you may want to upload it using the Upload Thingy. Once we get your book we will make an evaluation and prepare a quotation, suggesting any further enhancements we think may benefit your book. We may, for instance, recommend you consider professional cover design if we feel this will help your book sell. But if its ‘good to go’ then we’ll agree with you which eBook formats and distribution vehicles would be most appropriate for your title.
3. Place your order
When you are happy with the level of service required and we have agreed a price, place your order, one simple payment, via PayPal, on receipt of payment we will start work on your eBook. We will prepare a preview document so you can see what your eBook is going to look like before it it published, and this will give you an opportunity to do a final check before it goes live. When you have approved the final eBook, we will submit it to the online retailers. Royalties are paid quarterly.
Technical Tips on How To Present A Manuscript For Publishing:
There are a few pitfalls author’s may like to avoid prior to commencing writing a book, and certainly before presenting a manuscript to a printer or publisher.
The ideal format in which to present your manuscript is as a Microsoft Word document.
If you have strong ideas about page layout, enclose some examples of layouts you like. You may like to sketch an example of a page, with as much information as possible.
This is especially useful when giving a brief for the front cover.
Any images, photographs or illustrations, that you wish to use can be pasted into the Word document, but they should also be supplied as separate jpg 1 files, in high resolution, at least 300dpi2 at the size you wish them to appear in your printed book.
To try to prepare a page layout in Microsoft Word is a soul destroying activity, too taxing on the sensitive creative person.
The stand, exhibiting Internet Electronic Publishing featured, recently published printed paperbacks and e-books, with demonstrations available on Chiquita Neven du Mont’s biography, My Seven Lives on an iPad 2, supplied by Newton Systems Ltd as well as Diane Sloma’s ‘Financial Services Handbook’ on her own Kindle.
- Help with writing or research.
- Typing up a manuscript.
- Scanning typed pages.
- Page layout design
- Cover Design
- Distribution to online retailers
- Hard copy printing
It can take years to get academic or professional papers through the peer review system. We are committed to the dissemination of high quality eBooks by academic writers at an affordable price with all good speed.
Your thesis or journal articles can be presented in a highly professional format, and be available for download in a few weeks.
People do judge books by their covers. And that’s why your eBook cover has a really hard job to do. It is an essential sales and marketing tool for your book. Its got to give an accurate idea of what your book is all about. The choice of colours, images and typeface all contribute to the customer knowing that this is the sort of book they are looking for.
Your graphics must be unique and original, but at the same time, fit the genre you are publishing.
The problem is, so many people are put off by how hard it is for the unknown author to break into the market.
Perhaps you have been writing for years and all you have to show for it are the publisher’s painful rejection slips.
Suffer no longer!
Once a title has been published for e-readers there is a danger it can get lost in the forest of titles out there. With our publishing and distribution packages, you can make sure you get a good slice of the pie, and a greater flow of royalty revenue. pub