eBooks Converted and Formatted By Us

Want to see some of our work?  Make sure that you're getting "the right stuff?" We have nothing to hide!  Check out just some of the now-3,000 eBooks that we've converted, formatted for eBooks and Kindle and laid-out for print.  You can also see some of our Samples in the Samples Showcase, or visit our FEEFO Testimonials and Rankings.   Have questions? Call us in the US at 1-623-239-1660 or drop us an email via the Contact page.  

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Cover of O Little Town of Bellingham

She’s a virgin. Her name’s Mary. She’s pregnant.


And it’s 2010 in Midwest.....

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Cover of Ode to Lata, Author's Edition

Ali is a fairly complex bundle of doubts and neuroses. A native of Kenya but of Indian heritage, he is a banker.....

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Cover of One Day My Mouth Just Opened

Like braids unplaited releases the beauty of a healthy crown of locks, so does this book unlock the reverie held.....

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Cover of One For All

ONE FOR ALL contains three books: the global version of ONE DAY, the second edition of ONE THING, and the brand.....

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Cover of One Minute Asthma: What You Need to Know

This 80-page text describes the use and side effects of all asthma medicines (quick relief and controller). Dr......

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Cover of Orcish Poetry

Poetry isn't just for elves, Orcs also write poetry. Orcs write about everything people write about, only.....

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Cover of Out of Bad Comes Good: The Advantages of Disadvantages

Have you ever heard the phrase, “if I didn’t have bad luck, I wouldn’t have any luck at.....

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Cover of Out of the Ruins

Historic families have owned Georgia’s Cumberland Island ever since the Revolution, but by 1961 only the.....

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Cover of Outburst

The search for a cop killer leads reporter Todd Mills and his partner, Detective Steve Rawlins, to a beautiful.....

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Customer Service Changeover: Please read  

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Over the course of this week, March 8th, 2020-->March 14th, 2020 (we hope!), we are migrating and switching over to an entirely new customer service system.

Now, we expect that this new system will enable us--when we're accustomed to it--to answer your emails more quickly and efficiently.  

Like everything, though, it's new to us and we're going to need some time to get used to it.  We've been working on the migration for the past year, over 170,000 emails (yes, really!) to now, and we're changing over our chat and contact forms, too. Please--try to be patient with us, if you don't hear from us immediately. Our same-day response promise is still in place, but our reply times may lag, a bit, over the next few days, thanks.