The platform on which it is possible to publish and sell a Russian book?

Americans have no problems Amazon, I think competitors also allow (nuk and who else is there).

We have the same but Bookmate nothing. And Bookmate yet published only publishers + no possibility to set the price. Are there any alternatives? The main requirement is to be able to give the readers on any platform to pay and read a book in a copy protected environment.
October 8th 19 at 02:15
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October 8th 19 at 02:17
I recently sent an invitation from lap publishing (http://www.lap-publishing.com/), I gave them a pdf of two key books (the source, they didn't even need) and they printed.
However, the price there is the that not worth powder and shot: it is unlikely that anyone will want to buy the book for 80 euros!
However, if you are willing to pay for the printing, that is, different services — for example, thisallowing inexpensive to print a certain circulation of books. But with the sale you will do for yourself.

If the book is technical and interesting, you can try to contact www.piter.com. They even more pay, and print yourself, and sell yourself will.
And hell: do not pay attention to the fact that the book — electronic...
I'm just all his "work" put in open access. Do not think that it is necessary to oblige a person to pay for e-books! - Timmothy50 commented on October 8th 19 at 02:20
October 8th 19 at 02:19
Try to contact service selling e-books type imobilco: www.imobilco.ru/
October 8th 19 at 02:21
NeoBook for iOS also works with authors. Contact support@appsministry.com
October 8th 19 at 02:23
Are there any alternatives? The main requirement is to be able to give the readers on any platform to pay and read a book in a copy protected environment.


The service http://thankyou.ru/lib you can upload the book and receive user payments. But there is another model, pay what you want. Ie does not directly sell, but to lay out in free access to donation. Can you fit?

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