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Maker of Fine Electronic Books

Ethan Quinn Prentiss, Executive Editor

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Recent Produc­tions


Overseer by J. Kathleen Cheney
A new player has arrived at Horn Keep, and its up to Amal to decide whether hes the key to keeping her people safe, or the threat they’ve feared the most—and buying his loyalty with the one thing he wants more than life itself will forever change her peoples world. . . .
Self-publishing Unboxed by Patty Jansen
The Three Year, No-Bestseller Plan For Making a Sustainable Living From Your Fiction has been a popular forum and blog post on the subject of career and audience building vs chasing sales of individual books. Now you can learn the details from the author who initiated it and accomplished it.
Mailing Lists Unboxed by Patty Jansen
Self-published authors are coming to realize that a stable career is about keeping a backlist of titles selling. But how? Mailing Lists Unboxed shows you: The different types of author mailing lists—How to recruit people——Warnings and precautions—And more.
Going Wide Unboxed by Patty Jansen
In this book, you will learn: The major non-Amazon platforms and their quirks—Tips about promoting your books and increasing non-Amazon sales—The greatest hack for maintaining website pages with multiple retailer links—and more.
Ambassador: The Last Frontier by Patty Jansen
In volume 7 of Patty Jansen's Ambassador series, Cory Wilson is one of the few people who can see the big picture, not just those campaigning against joining gamra but the off-Earth forces that wait behind them. The problem? He and his team are on a holiday in New Zealand and communication has been mysteriously cut off....

Some Things Our Cus­tom­ers Have Said About Us


No matter how ignorant, frazzled, or just plain dimwitted Ive been, EQP Books has always treated me with respect and true pro­fes­sional caring.

 —Susan Beth Pfeffer

EQP Books went over my novel with a fine-toothed comb. Not only were the sug­ges­tions immensely helpful in making Tiger Lily more readable, but the pro­fes­sional formatting made my novel stand out amongst other self-published novels on Amazon.

 —K. Bird Lincoln

I asked EQP Books to re-format most of my books in December. In January, I had my best sales ever. Coin­ci­dence? I dont think so.

 —Patty Jansen

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

I was happy that my manuscript was not just polished but strength­ened, all the while retaining my personal style and voice.

 —Sylvia Spruck Wrigley