This service is for those who are looking for coloring books, journals, planners and other similar projects that are not based on word count.
Our custom copyright page helps to ensure that your book remains safe and secure, while also helping to absolve you from any hardship that may ensue should the advice within be used incorrectly.
Let your writer create a 500 word description of your book designed to highlight it's best qualities and make customers anxious to read it. After all, who knows your book better than the person who wrote it?
Every book written by our team of writers is checked for plagiarism before it is sent to you. This option provides a copy of the scan for your records.
Our pictures are sourced from a variety of royalty-free sources. Please note we are not currently equipped to offer uniquely personalized pictures such as unique pictures for each recipe in a recipe book.
If you are looking for specific images to accompany your project then our licensed stock photos are for you. Not only will these images be of a higher quality and of a greater specificity than those from our royalty free option but they are also fully licensed for commercial use in your book. With this option we can either source images for you or you may visit depositphotos.com directly and choose to images you wish us to place in the document once it has been written.
Your writer will generate charts and graphs to elucidate relevant content throughout your book as needed.
Would you like to publish your eBook online but don’t know how to get started—or don’t want to be bothered with all the extra legwork? Have no fear! Add this essential publishing package to your order and let EWS handle the hard part. We’ll take care of all of the intricate details involved in creating your book’s specialized formatting for electronic publication.
The end result is your eBook converted to the EPUB, MOBI, AZW3, and PDF formats, giving it total and complete compatibility with all major reader applications. In short, the publishing package is a no-brainer for authors aiming to maximize the number of eyeballs on their work—no matter which devices their readers are using.