Welcome to ReBind. And more specifically, welcome to the ReBind blog. This is where we hope to share many discussions with you about publishing, great books, and generally anything that we find interesting. Along the way, we want you to learn a little about us, and get excited about our project.
‘What exactly is ReBind’, I hear you ask? Well, ReBind is a new independent fiction publisher. Currently in our early stages of development, we want to approach book publishing from a slightly different angle to many of our competitors. For a start, we want to involve you in the process, we want to build an active community of readers, we want them to connect with authors, and we want to make beautifully written (and made) books that we can all enjoy, how we want, when we want.
Primarily a digital publisher, we will publish our eBooks in many formats for your eReader, be it a Kindle, Kobo, Nook, iPad, tablet, phone… And the best part is all these eBooks will be DRM-free (if you aren’t sure what DRM is, we’ll probably rant about it a lot on this blog). Essentially this means that we won’t restrict how you read your book. So long as you have a device compatible with the file you have bought, we’re happy for you to transfer it between devices and read it how you wish.
In addition to all our eBooks being DRM-free, if you buy them direct from us, you will be buying the book in all formats, and you can download them again from your account should you ever need to. This also means if you change from (for example) a Kindle to a Kobo, you don’t have to buy the book again to be able to read it in the new format. We want you to have true ownership over your books.
But we have another side too. We also want to produce brilliant quality hardback books too. Initially, these will be limited edition, signed and numbered by the author, and all come with the free eBook in all formats. You can switch between the hardback and eBook as often as you like, you get the convenience of an eBook and the ability to indulge your love of physical books, without having to buy it all twice.
Wouldn’t it be nice to truly own the book you have paid good money for? Wouldn’t it be nice to follow the book develop? Wouldn’t it be nice to be a part of community of like-minded readers passionate about our books?
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