Ebook Conversion Services
- Consulting Services
- Fixed-Format Kids' Books & Comics
- Print Layout
- Font Embedding
Booknook.biz Client Nancy G. West nominated for a Lefty!
Nancy G. West's Aggie Mundeen mystery, Fit to Be Dead, has been nominated for the Lefty Award, which has been given annually since 1996 for the best humorous mystery novel of the year.
Fit to Be Dead was shortlisted along with five others for the prize, whose winner will be announced at the Left Coast Crime Conference in Colorado Springs in March. The conference is held annually in Western North American cities and on the west coast of England (Bristol) and Hawaii (Waikoloa).
(Visit the News article for the full story).
Welcome to Booknook!
Welcome to Booknook.biz. If you've been here before, and the site looks slightly different, you're in the right place; our site's had a facelift!
We provide ebook formatting and conversion services for everyone from the newest author to international best-selling superstars. We've been in business since 2008, and we've converted over 2,000 books for Kindle, Nook, Sony, iBooks, Kobo and every other ebook platform out there. We're an Amazon-Listed Professional Converter (see the list, here: http://bit.ly/uFwMwb) and an Inscribe Digital Preferred Conversion Partner. (Want to see whether or not your book is in safe hands? Check out our testimonials by scrolling down. Hit "refresh" to see new ones!) We format prose, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, kid's books, medical textbooks and short stories. We convert Word, WordPerfect, Mac Pages, Open Office, LibreOffice, text and print. If you don't know where to start, Contact Us with your manuscript (click the red "Email Us" button at the upper-right-hand-side of the body of the Resources page) and we'll get you on the road to publication.
Thank you! --Hitch (Kimberly Hitchens, Owner/Founder of Booknook.biz)
Booknook is a first rate formatting service! They make beautiful books with no hassle. They're organized, they're efficient, they're focused, they're timely, they're responsive,and they catch my errors. That's right-- they're literate and alert and have more than once saved me embarrassment. But to me the best part is the personal service--the sense that Hitch cares about these books and is right there to help when I have questions. I've worked with Internet providers who sign their emails "Customer Service" and that tells you worlds about their customer service! Hitch calls me "Jules." Where else am I going to find that?
- Julie Smith, National Bestseller, Edgar-winning Author and founder of BooksBnimble
A Place of Forgetting
1966. As summer ends in Maplekill, New York, the dreams of 19-year-old Liz Roark turn to dust. A...