Are you a writer?
And have you a writen book?
But never published anywhere! Here you are my friend. This opportunity for publishing your book online, now able to simply and basicly with us..
We will do it for you, in some great online book retailers i.e lulu.com and createspace.com ..
And also, by smashwords your book distributed many online e-book and print book retailer, such as Amazon.com, Barbes & Noble, Taylor & Baker, Kobo books, Sony e-books, Diesel e-books and Apple i-books, ..in many Bookstores.
How will us do it? Come, let me tell you that now:
What is Our “PUBLISHING SOLUTIONS” ?
We have three “PUBLISHING PACKET” as named follow:
1– e-BOOK PACKET (Only e-book publishing)
2– PREMIUM PACKET (E-book but also print book publishing)
3– PROFESSIONAL PACKET (Widespread e-book and print publishing)
Now, we can tell them more detailed as follow:
I- e-BOOK PACKET: Your book is published only as e-Books format, and is connected to the web sites available for sale to the public, commercial and other whosale e-book trade markers such as: Smashwords.com, Lulu.com, Amazon.com, Barbes & Noble, Taylor & Baker, Kobo books, Sony e-books, Diesel e-books and Apple i-books, ..in many Bookstores and the Organizations of the international Publishers’ stands. If number of pages of your book (24-740 page) does not change, regardless of the package as long as price is the same and unique. In addition, we have set up in the name of the Publisher of your e-book and Author page is provided through the web site of publishers, also listed our web site to linked main distributors. So, your e-books set up for sale abroad and at home web sites, and indexed in Google Search Engines. If your e-book need extra editorial correction and cover design, are paid an extra charge of editorial work.
PRICING: just one E-Book: 199 €.
III- PROFESSIONAL PACKET: (Print + e-book + Kindle Book) professional solution package, In Generally, proposed package for professional writers.) Your book is published as both E-book and Printed book as well as your book is up for sale on web sites in international Booksalers that is linked and indexed to the Google and Global organizational web publishing sources. If number of pages of your book (24-740 page) does not change, regardless of the package as long as price is the same and unique. In addition, we have set up in the name of your website are indexed on Google, is on sale at Global wholesalers and over the our web site that linked to the Smashwords.com, Lulu.com, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Taylor & Baker, Kobo books, Sony e-books, Diesel e-books and Apple i-books, ..in many Bookstores.. and the Organizations of the international Publishers’ stands.
In addition, we have set up in the name of the Publisher of your book and Author page is provided through the web site of publishers, also listed our web site to linked main distributors. So, your books set up for sale abroad and at home web sites, and indexed in Google Search Engines. If your book need extra editorial correction and cover design, are paid an extra charge of editorial work. After publishing your books, we will send three copy of your books..
At the same time, your book set up for sale kindle format in Amazon.com through Createspace.com and available as printed format createspace.com.
PRICING: just one Book: 499 €.
How Does Our “FILE SENDING” and “PAYMENT SYSTEM” Works?
So, After all of these publishing procedure, you have to do “ONE THING” to begin online publishing schedule of your books.
Firstly, You must send your book file in “WORD” format (also must be available of the name of book, sub-name and writer’s name) BY E-MAİL (mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org) and then when reached the work, publishing schedule will be begun.
Secondly, Publishing packet payments only have been accepted by via “CREDIT CARD” (We will contact during publication procedure for payment). Because, we have been only used to this payment system for safe and available. Our payment page and publishing packets HERE, (Have Secure & 124-Byte SSL Certificate) :
Thirdly, With your book file, in additionally you need to send below informations for “REGISTRATION”:
For publication of your book before applying to us, thats 10 steps to perform and release, you must prepare yourself before (Pre-publish) process:
NOTE: These informations are “MANDATORY”!
NOTE: We only accept in “TURKISH” , “ENGLISH” and “RUSSIAN” BOOKs.
If you have a book except these language, you must translate into English, Russian or Turkish..
You can also publish “your book”, WITH USHurry, Contact US:
You can send your Book File from Here!, and Get ready it for Publication in the form of Paperback or e-Book Format..
Some of our Cover & Book Designs:
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