. . . to open the book page on Amazon. Note: the formatting of the "Look Inside" feature is not necessarily the formatting you will find in an ebook, so if you encounter any odd-looking formatting there, don’t blame us. To see the formatting as it will appear in a book, click on “Send a free sample,” and look at it on your device. (Or just buy the book!)
Q: Why the faux pages?
A: To give you an idea of the book’s length.
Click on some of the books to the right, and download the free samples so you can see the quality of our work. (Don’t depend on the instant sample or the “Look Inside” feature—they don’t show the format the way your ereader will.) Compare the sample to some of the other books on your reader. Look at things like quotation marks, paragraph indents, ellipses, dashes, and chapter beginnings.
If you like what you see, go to the page describing what we do. See what we promise, and what our costs are likely to be.
Then send us a message telling us what you want done. Or, if you have more questions, ask us. That's really all there is to it.
Some Things Our Customers Have Said About Us
EQP Books did a thorough job editing and formatting my book. They were quick, professional, and pleasant to work with, and they exceeded my expectations.
author of The Graveyard Girl and others
It was a relief to have EQP Books format my ebooks. Not only did it remove a tedious headache—they got the job done right.
author of The Last Firewall and others
As a greenhorn in the world of electronic books, I couldn’t have been in better hands—thanks, EQP!
author of Former Day Saint: A Mormoir
I’ve had the pleasure of working with the people at EQP Books on several occasions. They’ve been absolutely wonderful, getting me through the process of transforming my novels to e-books.
—Susan Beth Pfeffer
author of The Year Without Michael
Even after the job was complete, EQP Books helped me through last-minute launch issues, stepping me through the process of self-publishing. I am thrilled with the results and will absolutely be using them again.
—Sylvia Spruck Wrigley
author of Why Planes Crash—Case Files: 2002 and others