E-QUAL­I­TY PRESS

Maker of Fine Electronic Books

Ethan Quinn Prentiss, Executive Editor

THE PERFECT eBOOK

Find a mistake, and well fix it.

E-QUALITY PRESS was founded in response to all the second-rate ebooks on the market. In our opinion, there is no reason for ebooks to be a poor step-child of print books.

In fact, ebooks should be better than print books. Why? Because they are forever fixable.

If the publisher is willing to fix mistakes whenever they are found, eventually each book should be perfect.

And what publisher states its willingness to continually fix books?

We do. E-QUALITY PRESS.

eBook Preparation Division

We do editing, proofreading and formatting work, for anyone from individuals to print publishing companies. 

When we prepare an ebook, we have two sets of customers to consider—the author/publisher, and the reader. It can be impossible to fully satisfy both at the same time, so heres our compromise.

AUTHOR/PUB­LISHER GUARANTEE

When you, as an author or publisher, send us a book for ebook preparation, our contract is with you, not the reader.  Therefore, we will apply any formatting to the book you desire (and that e-readers are capable of producing), and we will do so perfectly.

It may be that we believe the formatting style youve selected is incredibly ugly.  This rarely happens, and when it does, well give you some alternate suggestions.  But, in the end, if you think your way is best, thats what well do.  You want it, you get it.

HOWEVER:

READER GUARANTEE

We have a contract with the reader, too, which says that this mark:

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guarantees an ebook that is well-formatted and with, at most, an occasional typo.  So if we feel that the formatting style youve chosen is not up to our standards, or if your book is full of typos and you dont want to pay us to fix them, then neither our name nor our logo will appear anywhere in your ebook, and we will not give you permission to use them in any promotions.

(If anyone sees either our name or logo in an ebook with substandard proofreading or formatting, tell us.  Its probably a case of trademark infringement; but whether it is or not, we need to fix it. We cant do that if we dont know about it.)

For more information on our ebook preparation services and how to obtain them, go to Preparation Services.

Publishing Division

Originally, we intended to produce a number of fine classics in impeccable versions (like our version of Kidnapped). However, weve been so busy responding to requests for editorial and formatting work that weve essentially put that part of the company on hold.

If you are particularly interested in seeing us bring out a nice version of one of your favorite books, let us know on the Suggestions page. If enough people show interest in that part of our company, we can turn some of our efforts in that direction.

On the other hand, if youre looking for a publisher for your own book, rather than merely someone who will help you prepare your book for self-publishing, you should know that we are keeping that option open for the future. Should we begin to accept manuscripts, we will add a Writer's Guidelines page to this website.


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Recent Produc­tions


The Turing Exception by William Hertling
Roses invaluable Book of Magic has begun acting strange . . . and denying it. Is the book sick? Can a magic book die . . . or is something even more sinister going on? The conclusion to The Necromancers Inheritance trilogy.
All Dressed in Red by Carol Husa
Casie, running from an abusive lover, is stalked instead by a twisted serial killer who may know more about Casie than she does—or wants to. By Carol Husa.
Ambassador: Changing Fate
The third installment of Patty Jansen's riveting Ambassador series: A huge shipload of ancient Aghyrians is returning, and it looks like they want to take Asto back from the people who live there now.
Avogadro Corp by William Hertling
The first in William Hertling's gripping Singularity series. Excitement turns to fear as the first AI starts manipulating the corporation that produced it.


Also:
Available HERE ONLY

Kidnapped by R. L. Stevenson

Our own preparation of Kidnapped, the classic adventure tale by Robert Louis Stevenson, with numerous footnotes, historical aids, and a glossary for all those Scottish terms.

Some Things Our Cus­tom­ers Have Said About Us


As a greenhorn in the world of electronic books, I couldnt have been in better hands—thanks, E-Quality Press!

 —R.S. Francis

I farmed a few jobs out last weekend, and not only did you return the work fastest, but your books looked way classier than anyone elses.

 —Patty Jansen

As someone recently returned to Freelance Land, where there are no staff techies to hold my hand, I never could have done this on my own.

 —Joyce Wadler

It was a relief to have E-Quality Press format my ebooks. Not only did it remove a tedious headachethey got the job done right.

 —Wil­liam Hertling

The pro­fes­sional look and attention to detail gives my readers a superior experi­ence, while the time I save not fussing around with HTML and formatting lets me focus my energy on writing more books.

 —James Maxey