Breakerbooks.com – Author and Publishers Page

 

Sell your ebooks worldwide!

BreakerBooks.com welcomes individual authors and larger publishers from around the world. We are constantly on the lookout for unique and interesting new ebooks to add to our collection. Whether you are just starting out on your first book or have produced hundreds of successful ebooks, we would like to hear from you.

 

To get started on selling your ebook on BreakerBooks.com, browse our Authors and Publishers FAQ below and send an email to publish@breakerbooks.com.

 

Authors and Publishers FAQ



1.        Does BreakerBooks.com sell worldwide?

Yes, we sell worldwide.

 

2.       Are you accepting new ebooks currently?

Yes, we are always looking for new ebooks. Contact us at publish@breakerbooks.com.

 

3.       What rights do you need to sell my ebook?

BreakerBooks.com only requires the right to sell your ebook, or the digital version of your book, worldwide via our platform at www.breakerbooks.com. We do not require any additional rights.

 

4.       Who retains the copyright to my ebook?

You or your publisher retains all copyright. We mere help you sell the ebook online, we do not require any assignment or handover of copyright to do so.

 

5.       Will you work with my publisher?

Of course! We work with all publishers and authors, depending on what your arrangement is. Please check with your publisher or agent on what your contractual responsibilities are.

 

6.       Is my ebook copyright protected?

At this point, we sell only PDF versions of ebooks. We limit the downloading of purchased ebooks to only 2 times within a 5-day period. Our ebooks are not currently encrypted in any way but we are looking into implementing this in the near future.

 

7.       How much will you sell my ebook for?

You get to decide on the selling price of your ebook. We will work with you to determine what the best price is for maximizing sales on BreakerBooks.com.

 

8.       How will I get paid?

We pay revenue on a regular basis either to your publisher or directly to you.