Thursday, June 2, 2011

Abbott ePublishing Re-Launches, Adds Line of Free eBooks

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CONTACT: Stephen Abbott, Publisher, Abbott ePublishing, 603-341-0372; publisher(at)abbottepublishing.com

Friday, June 3, 2011

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Abbott ePublishing Re-Launches, Adds Line of Free eBooks

Abbott ePublishing, publisher of affordable, original electronic books, has re-launched and has announced a new line of free eBooks to compliment its inventory of affordable titles.

The site, http://www.abbottepub.com, which first launched in March, 2009, got an update that will allow it to offer more to its customers, says owner Stephen Abbott.

"The site is sleeker, it has more eBooks than ever, and, for the first time, offers nearly a dozen FREE eBooks to our customers,” he said. “Some are heavily edited public domain or out-of-print works. All are ‘value-added,’ and include wonderful cover art, great editing, and some very nice fonts that add to the texture of each eBook.”

Titles offered for free include Marcus Aurelius’ “Meditations,” works by Thomas Jefferson and Sun Tzu, the Roman philosopher Seneca, and the classic “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill. For the full list, see http://www.abbottepub.com/free.html.

Abbott ePublishing features a varied and growing list of titles, in subjects as varied as religion, history, politics, fiction and literature, self-improvement, philosophy, business, and biographies.

The site is seeking unpublished authors to expend its inventory.

The publisher prides itself on offering affordable eBooks, most under $5, in an age when major online booksellers charge an average of $12 for electronic books.

Abbott ePublishing publishes eBooks in .PDF (Adobe’s Portable Document Format) and in Mobipocket, which are compatible with the vast majority of e-readers.

Abbott ePublishing is a division of Abbott Media, a New England-based publisher of downloadable, affordable electronic books (eBooks) in various formats. They can be found online at abbottepub.com.

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