Yes, BookRix is the publisher so when you publish your eBook for sale an ISBN will automatically be generated for your book.
Technically speaking, No. Writers cannot publish an identical book with more than one publisher. THe author must make a change to the book to justify a new ISBN being issued and identify the book as a “New edition”. Once this change has been made, the writer can upload and sell their book via BookRix Self-Publishing services.
Yes. Since the rights of your content belong to you (remember, what you wrote is yours), you can decide where you would like to publish them (on your homepage, online boards, etc.). However, if you have your book for sale, you can’t use another publisher to publish the same eBook in the online eBook market.
Of course. As long as you comply with the Code of Conduct (The great rules of BookRix), you can publish any manuscript to which you hold the copyright. But again, if your book is already published with another publisher for sale, you may not be able to self-publish your eBook via BookRix.
Our self publishing services make it easy to turn your book into an ePub file on our site and sell it to the world at no cost. Here are some details worth noting:
- The author contract between yourself and BookRix is clear, easy to understand and can be cancelled at any time
- You receive a minimum of 70% in revenue, from what BookRix earns, on each book that you sell
- An ISBN* is automatically generated for each eBook you submit for publication
- You determine the price or your eBook
- Your eBook will be distributed to major online eBook retailers such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, iTunes, Google Play, and many more, with just one click of a button
- Royalties are paid out every month when the minimum of 10 Euros/approximately $14 US dollars, has been reached
- You can change, edit and add to your book even after it has been placed for sale.
*an ISBN (International Standard Book Number) is a unique number assigned to a book title by its publisher for tracking and ordering purposes