E-QUAL­I­TY PRESS:

Maker of Fine Electronic Books

Ethan Quinn Prentiss, Executive Editor

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Recent Produc­tions


Whatever Else by J. Kathleen Cheney
In J. Kathleen Cheneys Whatever Else, Maias brother tells her that her husband is dead. Maias husband disagrees. Who is right?
Sand and Storm by Patty Jansen
If you thought the Icefire Trilogy was all finished with, think again! The Moonfire Trilogy, a sequel series, starts with Sand & Storm.
Kill Process by William Hertling
Angelina Benenati deals with the after-effects of an abusive relationship by killing people. Not the good people, though. . . .  A high-tech cyber-thriller from William Hertling.
Ambassador: Blue Diamond Sky by Patty Jansen
After being nearly eaten by a canal-cleaning machine, Cory Wilson finds himself caught between diamond smugglers and the anti-aliens party on Earth, with the identity of the next president hanging in the balance.
Cloaks by F. A. Fisher
Besss illicit foray into a neighbors basement takes her much farther than she intended, and becomes a nightmare when she encounters mysterious cloaked riders who will stop at nothing to keep her from getting home.

Some Things Our Cus­tom­ers Have Said About Us


E-Quality Presss invaluable sug­ges­tions and unwavering support have developed my manuscript into the novel I had hoped it would be.

 —Carol Husa

E-Quality Press has been terrific to work with, both in their profession­alism and their dedication to rooting out and destroying every last typo. Thank you for all your great work!

 —Maya Lassiter

As someone recently returned to Freelance Land, where there are no staff techies to hold my hand, I never could have done this on my own.

 —Joyce Wadler

E-Quality Press did a thorough job editing and formatting my book. They were quick, profes­sional, and pleasant to work with, and they exceeded my expecta­tions.

 —Rebecca Roland

E-Quality Press was fanatic about finding every little flaw in my baby . . . in a good way! After several back-and-forths with their line-editing services, Tiger Lily was ten times better.

 —K. Bird Lincoln