Free ISBN number for ePub

We offer free ISBN Number for ePub file format for the authors who are using our services. We don’t claim any rights on your book by assigning ISBN to your book. This offer is EXCLUSIVE to our clients. WE DO NOT sell ISBN so please don’t contact us to buy it.

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An ISBN (International Standard Book Number) is a controlled, 10- or 13-digit identification number allowing publishers, libraries, and book dealers to locate books. If you received an ISBN from us, we will be listed as the publisher of record. If you assigned an ISBN that you own to the project, your publisher info will be listed. For more information on the history and purpose of ISBNs, see

If we assign the ISBN to your book, we DO NOT claim ANY RIGHTS to your book.ISBN will be assigned ONLY to the ePub format and NOT to the Kindle formats as Amazon does not need a ISBN. is one of the pioneer in the ebook conversion business. We have expert team with years of experience in ebook conversion. We have gathered expertise in ePub format file, which is one of the growing demands of authors and publishers.

Please email us the PDF file at We can receive PDF file up to 35 MB. If the size of the PDF file is larger, you can upload it on our FTP server. Please contact us for login and password.

We convert the PDF format file for authors, publishers, and copyright owners. If the book is no longer copyright protected, then please provide us with details on it.

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My publisher produced a Kindle version of my book that not only destroyed the artistic value of the work but also took little advantage of what can be achieved today using electronic book technology. The chapter numbers were seen to overlay the chapter titles; the maps and photographs had been removed (good thing I put in captions); special characters that required unique fonts were rendered as boxes, and the Internet addresses (URLs) in the endnotes were not “hot.” (To say the least, this in one unique novel!) I really was embarrassed. For very little additional investment, I asked Bob Mehta to create a Kindle version that replicated the paperback edition in every respect, something he achieved within one week. I was absolutely amazed to read this version on my PC and to see the resolution of the maps and photographs. It was even more fun to click on the hot URLs in the endnotes and bring up the references cited. I was so thrilled with Bob’s work that I gave his Kindle version to my publisher with the request that they replace their version on with the one Bob created. (P.S.: Bob just created an equally capable ePub version for me.)
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