Recent work

There’s nothing quite like an ambitious project to pull the design staff out of its collective comfort zone, so we dug right in when Stewart Lee Beck approached us about converting LANGUAGE GYMNASTICS to Kindle and ePub formats. Because ereading systems may have limited support for non-Western character sets, there was initial concern about whether the ebooks would display Chinese characters. Read more…

As seen on…

A few places we’ve appeared in print:

cnet

The Blade

Wired

PC Magazine

Mint Life

Ebook conversion

Thinking about adding your book to the Amazon Kindle Store but don’t know how to start? We can help. We’re 52 Novels and we design ebooks. We can save you time and hassle by getting your manuscript to play nice with Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, Apple iPad and other ereader devices.

Click here to learn more.

Print interior design

We also do interior design for POD so that you can add paper to your product mix. There’s a wide swath of book buyers who go exclusively for paper, and many more who buy paper books in addition to ebooks. Even as the price of ereaders continues to fall, the death knell of analog books has yet to be rung. Be sure to mention your interest in adding print-ready production in your query.

Testimonials

Kimanzi Constable

After I wrote my book I knew I wanted to release it as an eBook but I just didn’t know how. I searched online and asked others who had eBooks, they all kept recommending 52 Novels. From the very first conversation, they were professional, very informative, and they answered every question I could think of. It was because of their awesome work that my two eBooks sold over 25,000 copies. I was blessed to have my second eBook picked up by a major publisher and I know 52 Novels' work was part of the reason why.

Kimanzi Constable
Author, blogger, national speaker and life coach

Jake Needham

Rob and his guys have converted all five of my books from their print editions into the full range of e-book formats, and they stuck with every darn one of them until they were absolutely perfect. They’re professionals through and through; and believe me, you do not want to trust your hard work to somebody who hasn’t proven that to a whole lot of writers already.

Jake Needham
Author of five best-selling Asian crime novels