Reviews of the Top 10 Online Book Publishing of 2019
Welcome to our reviews of the Best Online Book Publishing of 2019.
Check out our top 10 list below and follow our links to read our full in-depth review of each online book publishing, alongside which you'll find costs and features lists, user reviews and videos to help you make the right choice.
Publishing your own book is no simple feat, it takes time, dedication and skill. If you've decided to write a book, or even have one ready and waiting to go to press but you're not so keen on the usual route to publication, then Author House might be able to help. The site provides editorial, printing, distribution and marketing services to help bring your...
» Read the Full Review of AuthorHouse.com
With more design options and promotional services than you can shake a stick at, iUniverse
is a fully tailored book publishing solution. It offers great choice and quality, but with a price tag to match. However, if you want to get the word out about your book, with the potential to give readings and even have your masterpiece feature on TV, there really are...
» Read the Full Review of iUniverse.com
We've all heard of – and probably shopped on – Amazon. It's world renowned, offering a huge range of products for a low price. Now you can quickly and simply publish your e-book on Amazon, selling it on one of the largest online distribution networks in the world. Although it's a simple system, and costs you nothing initially, Amazon KDP can charge significantly more...
» Read the Full Review of KDP.amazon.com
High quality books, that's what Blurb is about. They offer a range of options to produce unique texts, not only in terms of the words on the page but also their design, even down to the kind of paper they use. This isn't the cheapest option for producing books but if you want something a bit special then it's definitely a site to consider....
» Read the Full Review of Blurb.com
.com offers an extensive range of design and marketing options so that you can really tailor your book and its promotion to suit you. However, this doesn't come cheaply, and this is one of the most expensive online book publishing websites you'll find, with its Platinum package costing over $15,000, and even its cheaper packages costing around $500. It does offer a few “freebies”,...
» Read the Full Review of Xlibris.com
Whether it's digital publication or print publication you're looking for, Book Baby
has several packages that provide fairly good value. It's not the cheapest site around, but it's also not one of the more expensive ones, offering 100 copies of your text for as little as $599. Of course there are other costs to consider in the whole publishing process, especially if you feel...
» Read the Full Review of BookBaby.com
offers a fairly standard editing and e-publishing service, but an extensive online network for sales, plus free ISBNs. Whilst it makes its money from taking a cut of your online sales, its rates are lower than many other such sites, so you keep a bigger share of the profits. Smashwords
.com claims it is “the worlds largest indie ebook distributor”, which certainly makes it...
» Read the Full Review of SmashWords.com
Have you ever dreamed of publishing your own book with a professionally designed cover? Not quite got the time, patience or skills to tell your story how you'd like to? Outskirts Press
provide a wide range of services and package deals to help you make your publication dream a reality. But it doesn't come cheap! There's no doubting that the books and services on...
» Read the Full Review of OutskirtsPress.com
.com is a trusted site for producing high quality books and e-books. It has published over one and a half million books to date, since beginning in 2002, and provides a few options with regard to binding and length. However, it does not provide the wide range of options you'll find elsewhere, and whilst it has a marketing team for advice (which you'll need...
» Read the Full Review of Lulu.com
Trident Media Group
is an impressive outfit, having published a number of big names in the literary world. But that doesn't mean they're closed to submissions from lesser known (or even unknown) writers. They have a professional team of literary agents who will be able to advise you on your book, bring it to market and make sure you get the best deals possible....
» Read the Full Review of TridentMediaGroup.com
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User Review of Blurb.com by Nickolaus Pacione on 16 November 2018
I will say the bad point first, you must have special tools to work them and able to merge pdfs before you upload and they don't give you the ISBN until after you're published. That's the only bad point but... (Read the full review)