Yes, all of our books are released as ebooks and are available to buy on Amazon, Apple, Google Play and Kobo.

Is my ebook released at the same time as my print book?

We bring titles out in print and digital in the same month of publication, and they both officially have the same publication date.

However, in practice the exact date of release won’t always be the same.

The ebook goes for conversion a month or so before publication date, and then it is distributed. Different distributors take varying times to load the ebooks into their system. It will likely not show on sites like Amazon for pre-order until a few weeks before publication.

If you see your ebook released on a slightly different day to your official publication date, then don’t worry.

Where can I get hold of my ebook?

We take care of distributing your ebook to Amazon, Apple, Google Play and Kobo. But you can download your own copy for personal or promotional purposes.

How can I read my ebook?

Your ebook will be in the EPUB format, the universal ebook format or in KOBI. We aim to format your EPUB to ensure the highest level of cross-device presentation. You should be able to read your ebook on the vast majority of ereaders out there.

Can people steal my ebook?

No, people shouldn’t be able to steal your ebook. But, this isn’t always preventable.

Do you use DRM (Digital Rights Management)?

DRM (Digital Rights Management) is code that you add to an ebook file to limit its use (especially copying, printing, and sharing). It is a way to help fight copyright infringement. We distribute our EPUB through Ingram and all their agreements with ebook vendors require that they apply DRM to files distributed to them.

Help! I think someone is selling or giving away an electronic copy of my book illegally! Can I see print and ebook sales separately?

If you think someone is selling an illegal copy of your ebook, then let us know via the Author Forum.

Will my index show up in my ebook?

No – we do not include indexes in ebooks as a matter of policy. If you decide you must have one in your ebook, this counts as a complex conversion.

Are there different rights for my print and ebook?

We do not consider print and ebook rights separately, it just leads to too many complications – how the print and ebook editions are then presented on the same page on Amazon, prevents us from selling overseas rights, etc.

Check your notes and references otherwise Apple may reject your book from its store!

Apple is very picky about its ebook files. They will reject your book for sale if:

Other reasons Apple will reject your ebook: