Top 5 Tools to Publish an eBook

Many people want to publish their own eBook on internet for different purspose like a person summerize his blog collection and sell it on their own website or distribute it free.

If you also want to publish you eBook then there are any tools exist  that help you in  create, publish, and sell.

So, get proper info about how to create, publish; I searched it on internet and found many tools that help you:

Here is a list of such tools to publish an ebook. There are tools to create and format ebooks, platforms to publish and distribute ebooks, and online retailers to sell ebooks.



EPUB  was developed by the IDPF Membership. EPUB  is the official standard format by the International Digital Publish Forum. The format is used by publishers to use in-house, as well as for distribution and sale. In general, publishers will convert a Microsoft Word document in ePub for you.

Price: Free


Smashwords is an ebook self-publishing and distribution platform founded by Mark Coker.

Authors upload their manuscripts as Microsoft Word files to the Smashwords service, which converts the files into multiple ebook formats for reading on various ebook reading devices. Once published, the books are made available for sale online at a price set by the author.

Price: Free.


FetchApp allows people to sell downloadable products from virtually anywhere — websites, blogs, social networks, emails, e-commerce systems, and more. Because of this unrivaled flexibility FetchApp is the engine behind thousands of digital vendors. This gallery showcases real websites that use FetchApp to sell digital goods.

Price: 1 MB per month is free. Premium plans start at $5 per month for 25 MB.


Apple iBook store

iBooks is an e-book application by Apple Inc. for its iOS and OS X operating systems and devices. It was announced in conjunction with the iPad on January 27, 2010. You can install iBooks free of charge from the iTunes App Store. With the release of iOS 8, it became an integrated app.

The Apple iBook store lists over 2.5 million books. Apple does not pay publishers until they meet payment requirements and earning thresholds, which vary by territory. Small publishers may get paid faster using an ebook aggregator.

Price: Royalty rate is 70 percent.

Kindle Direct Publishing

Publish your books independently with Kindle Direct Publishing on the Amazon Kindle Store. Access a wide range of resources to prepare your ebook, such as formatting, conversion, and translation resources.

Price: Royalty rates are 70 percent for titles priced between $2.99 and $9.99. For other prices, the royalty rate is 35 percent.

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