OUR PRINT ON DEMAND PROGRAM IS EASY, SIMPLE AND FAST
The book printing technology
As a self published author, you control your distribution and we assist you by providing high-quality product and an online fulfillment system. By self-publishing with The BookPatch you take full control of your project -100% of your copyright and 100% of your profits are yours to keep.
TheBookPatch does not offer expensive publishing pack-ages. We keep costs to a minimum and offer premium services for those who want them. Why pay for services you don’t want or need. Our prices are low but we don't skimp on paper quality and top of the line printing, binding and lamination.
So how do I Self-Publish?
First, download and use our FREE text and cover tem-plates. Save your file as a PDFx, click the Start My Book button, fill a short book detail form and upload your PDF file.
Next you will create your book cover. You can upload a full cover you have created or use our cover generator. The cover art should be in a JPEG, Tiff or PNG format. After you review your book cover and text online and ap-prove them you can place your book order.
Sell Your eBook in TheBookPatch Bookstore
The eBook market is gaining strength and more and more readers expect authors to have an eBook available.
For faster downloads and mobile platforms we have added eBooks to our bookstore.
You can add eBooks in three formats: PDF, ePub and Mo-bi. You can add one, two or all three versions.
TheBookPatch charges $1 for every eBook purchase plus PayPal processing and pays the author 100% of the markup.
You must have a printed book version in the bookstore to add the eBook.
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What is an ISBN?
The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a 13-digit number that uniquely identifies books and book-like products published internationally.
Why buy an ISBN?
ISBNs are the global standard for identifying titles. ISBNs are used world-wide as a unique identifier for books. They are used to simplify distribution and purchase of books throughout the global supply chain. Most retailers require ISBNs to track book inventory.
Having an ISBN barcode on the back of your book that includes the book price allows bookstores to scan your book directly into their point of sale.