Monday, January 3, 2011

Attention Self-Published Authors: ARe Lifts Minimum Requirement

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New Year, New Policy from All Romance eBooks for Self-Published Authors and Small Presses

The start of a new year brings the beginning of a new policy at All Romance eBooks as they lift the requirement that sellers maintain a minimum number of titles in their online storefront.

Palm Harbor, FL (PRWEB) December 30, 2010 - All Romanc eBooks (ARe) announced today that beginning January 1, 2011 they will waive their required ten book minimum for publishers or individuals wishing to sell on the OmniLit/All Romance sites. The revision in policy is designed to accommodate the ever increasing number of publishers with just a few eBooks in their catalog and authors choosing to self-publish their own work.

The move reflects ARe's long standing policy to provide their customers with the most diverse selection of romance and mainstream titles possible, with catalogs from the major publishers (including Harlequin and Random House) as well as selections from small press and individual authors.

"Some of our hottest selling books are coming from indies," said Lori James. "More importa ntly, the change in policy is in response to author and reader requests."

The rising trend in self-publishing could be attributed to today's digital technology which makes it possible for authors to self-publish high quality digital eBooks, whether it be a single title or their entire out-of-print backlist, in addition to readers demanding an ever broadening selection of genres, authors and titles.


All Romance eBooks, LLC was founded in 2006, is privately held in partnership, and headquartered in Palm Harbor, Florida. The company owns, which specializes in the sale of romance eBooks and, which sells both fiction and non-fiction eBooks.

1 comment:

  1. I applaud the move. All Romance is a great site for eBooks, and like other authors I have chosen to put out my previously out of print backlist titles myself. As I see it, it's a win-win - readers have more choices, and All Romance expands their reach.