eBook & Printed Books FAQs
What is an eBook?
What are the different types of eBooks?
The International Digital Publishing Forum founded EPUB, an acronym for electronic publication. As the most widely used eBook format, it works with Google Play Books, Kobo, and Nook. Additionally, readers can modify the text to reflow automatically for various screen sizes or a fixed layout.
Mobile and eReader devices were the intended audience for the MOBI format, and it supports bookmarks and notes. MOBI is the foundation of Amazon Kindle’s proprietary format.
Early eBook formats included PDF, which stands for Portable Document Format. Adobe created it, and Adobe Reader is recommended for viewing it on desktops and laptops.
What is an ISBN?
International Standard Book Number is referred to as ISBN. Everyone in the book industry uses it to track and buy your book, including publishers, booksellers, libraries, online retailers, and distributors.
Do I need to buy an ISBN?
Not when you publish with Fulton Books. We include ISBN(s) in the price of your package.
Will there be separate ISBNs?
For printed books and eBooks, there are different ISBNs. For audiobooks, neither Amazon nor we assign an ISBN. An ASIN or Amazon Standard Identification Number is given in its place.
Can I get copies of my book?
Yes, we’ll initially send you a few copies of your book so you can give it to friends and family for personal use. After that, you can contact us to order more copies.