My eBook logo small

 

Are you an author who feels over-whelmed and under-appreciated? LET US EMPOWER YOU TODAY!


Here at MYEBOOK we ♥ authors. Our days are spent helping authors reach new readers around the world whilst reducing the costs associated with self-publishing. We achieve this by helping to convert, publish and market an author's eBook online.

More about us
  • I can recommend MYeBook to anybody who is serious about their writing.
    Maggie Tideswell Paranormal Romance Author
  • I would gladly recommend MYeBook to anyone looking to connect with a principled professional self-publisher.
    Lize Jacobs Author of Lost in Chance
  • The MYeBook team provide great skill to the publishing process.
    Carl De Wet Author of Emotional Time
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
702 SBA 2016
TIPM
SABA

Stay up to date!

Short Story Writing Competition for Sci-Fi, Horror and Fantasy Writers

AuthorsAssemble_Banner-3

 

Are you between the age of 15 and 17?

Write bizarre  short-stories that engage your readers?

Continue reading
216 Hits

Books and Beer - Feedback From The Indie Author BookFair at the Black Horse Brewery

IMG_20170910_121104

 

What happens when you round up a gaggle of talented South African authors and let them loose in a brewery? Laughter (with some snorting), sharing of ideas and a few classic Facebook posts. Oh, they might have sold some books too. 

Sunday the 10th September the sprawling grounds that house the Black Horse Brewery in Magaliesburg was home to reprobates of a different kind. The parking lot hugging the Italian-esq architecture of the brewery was overflowing with people hungry to peruse the cream of South African Indie literature whilst simultaneously sipping an ale. 

Continue reading
292 Hits

BOOKSDIRECT - An initiative to get local readers buying books from local authors

Books-Direct---Local-Books-for-Local-Readers---An-African-Naratives-Project

 

It's a warm and cosy Wednesday evening. Parents are at home with their children, winding down after long day at the office. Not being a parent and arguably not even an adult, I find myself wondering through the shelves at Skoobs Bookstore in MonteCasino, Johannesburg. The thing I love most about Skoobs is that African authors are displayed loudly and proudly. Not just the serious stuff but the fiction authors also have a home on the shelves, something not common in many of the mainstream stores. I digress, the reason for my evening stroll through the BookStore-Within-A-Casino? BOOKSDIRECT.

Imagine for a moment, an initiative to give hundreds of South African youths employment. Keeping the imagination active, imagine a solution to the problem of getting books into far reaching towns scattered throughout the South African landscape, aimed at eradicating illiteracy. Now imagine if these two objectives were also able to empower the under-appreciated African author? (Are you having literary orgasms yet?)

Continue reading
217 Hits