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What is the difference between an e-book and a book?
What is the difference between an e-book and a book?
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An e-book is your text in digital form, which we first offer as a PDF. Texts with a particularly strong demand will later be offered in the e-reader formats EPUB and MOBI (Amazon Kindle). If you want to offer your texts in the Kindle Store and other e-book marketplaces right from the start, you can book that for a small fee. More information can be found here.

“Book” refers to a printed book. Our print books in the DIN A5 format have a cardboard cover (similar to paperbacks) and are usually printed in black and white. However, we also offer the books in DIN A4, as well as printing individual coloured pages, if it is necessary for the comprehension of your text.

With the combined publication of the e-book and print book, we take full advantage of both types of media and distribute your text in hundreds of online shops and bookstores worldwide.

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