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Our library is constantly growing and gathers excellent fiction and mind-body-spirit authors. Each of the titles is available in the 3 most popular formats: EPUB, MOBI and PDF - to fit your device.
We believe in rewarding great talent. From each sum you are willing to pay, 70% of net revenue goes directly to the author. We offer them full control over the process, including withdrawing their royalties on demand... which is pretty unique among retailing platforms.
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