BookGenie and Bookbrewer Combine Forces for Improved eBook Conversion

Bookbrewer,  self-publishing service, announced today that it will be working with BookGenie, a digital conversion service, to provide new opportunities for authors to make better eBook.

BookBrewer is also the company that runs Borders Get Published, one of Borders’ poorly conceived attempts to get into eBooks. While Amazon, Smashwords, and B&N accept eBooks without an upfront charge, Bookbrewer charges a minimum $20 fee before you even sell an eBook.

In exchange for that $20 BookBrewer will distribute your eBook to major eBookstores. Guess what? Smashwords will also distribute your eBook to all the same eBookstores and it won’t change you an upfront cost.