Portland, OR (PRWEB) January 31, 2012
eBook publisher BookBaby today announced the addition of eBookstores Kobo and Copia to their distribution network. Now, independent authors who publish eBooks with BookBaby get distribution through Amazon, Apple, Sony, and Barnes & Noble, as well as Kobo and Copia.
BookBaby provides an easy way for authors to connect to readers by acting as a one-stop publisher, offering eBook conversion and distribution for just $99 at http://www.bookbaby.com.
“There are many options available to authors looking to self-publish these days and it can be quite confusing,” says BookBaby president Brian Felsen, “BookBaby simplifies the entire process, giving you one vendor that handles all your conversion, distribution, and accounting needs. All for just $99. And now with two additional retailers, BookBaby gives independent authors access to the largest distribution network anywhere.”
How it works: For just $99 BookBaby offers...
- Conversion of your manuscript to eReader-friendly formats (including Kindle, Nook, iPad, Sony Reader, and more)
- Distribution to Amazon, Apple iBookstore, Barnes & Noble, Sony Reader Store, Kobo, and Copia
- Accounting and Marketing information via the Author’s Dashboard, which gives you incredibly robust sales and payment metrics for all your retailers in one place
BookBaby is a leading eBook publishing company for independent authors. The company offers a full array of services including eBook formatting, cover design, and distribution, as well as short run book printing. BookBaby part of the AVL Digital family of businesses, which also includes Disc Makers, CD Baby, FilmBaby, and HostBaby.
Boasting an eBook catalog 2.3 million strong, Kobo.com is a global eBook retailer who believes consumers should be able to read any book, anytime, anywhere. Kobo's open platform allows users to access eBooks on the device of their choosing, and on multiple devices, so they can take the reading experience with them wherever they go.
Copia is a bookstore and social networking destination. Copia customers are encouraged to annotate digital texts, share those notes with friends, and to join or start group conversations about the books they're reading. Copia makes this social reading experience possible not only through their free Copia eReader, but also via free-apps for Mac, PC, iPad, Nook, Sony Reader, and more.
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