Distribution of eBooks
We do not currently offer a distribution service for eBooks. Amazon has made it very easy for small publishers to set up accounts to sell books in a .mobi format for the popular Kindle device through their web site. It isn't necessary to use a distributor to sell through Amazon. Amazon's fee structure is currently very generous to publishers. If you already have a personal account with Amazon, you can log into their Kindle Direct Publishing web site or set up a new account. We have a step-by-step guide to help you through the process.
Distribution through Barnes and Nobel is done through their PubIt! Program which works very similarly to that of Amazon.
Apple's iBook store on iTunes has a program called iTunes Connect which allows publishers and authors to set up an account to become a vendor.
Google's own Google Books sells eBooks worldwide.
For publishers who have at least five titles in their list, the premier distributor of eBooks to schools, libraries, and retailers is Overdrive. Overdrive has strict standards for eBook files--standards such a we at Middleton Book Conversion adhere to in creating eBooks.