WordPress Ebook Plugin

The days are gone when you had to look for external tools to convert your WordPress posts into ebooks and audiobooks. Now, everything can be done within WordPress by using our WordPress Ebook Plugin.

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The days are gone when you had to look for external tools to convert your WordPress posts into ebooks and audiobooks. Now, everything can be done within WordPress by using our WordPress Ebook plugin. It's an ideal plugin for self-publishing authors because it solves lots of problems.

By using this plugin, you will:

  • Create an Audiobook (MP3)
  • Create a print-ready PDF book
  • Create an EPUB2.0 or EPUB3.0 for KDP

How Can MPL-Publisher Help People Publish an Ebook?

Most people already understand how difficult it is to write a book. It becomes more challenging when you have to publish your ebook, especially if you don't have the right tools. Luckily, publishing an audiobook or ebook has become easier because of Amazon publishing, Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP), and other forms of self-publishing.

More importantly, you can self-publish your ebook on most platforms for free. All you need is a well-formatted ebook file. Your edited manuscript will be available in all the format supported by major platforms.

How to create an ebook Using WordPress?

As mentioned earlier, it has become easier to publish and download ebooks in a few seconds. You can download an ebook from WordPress using our plugin in all the mentioned formats. Remember, if you already have a WordPress website, there is no need to create a new one. You can use it to sell your self-published book online.

The following features will help you know more about our WordPress plugin.

  • There is no limit to book publishing for each site.
  • You can have unlimited exports of each book.
  • In the premium package, an advanced cover editor is also available.
  • You can set basic information like Title, Description, Authors, Book Cover, and Publisher.
  • Download your ebook in formats like Microsoft Word, print-ready PDF, Plain-text, EPUB2.0, and 3.0 for Kindle Direct Publishing.
  • It allows you to download in audiobook (MP3) format as well.
  • You can add a widget to your site to promote your book.
  • Apply basic filters to sort your chapters.
  • Use custom CSS styles in your book.
  • Edit current content or add additional chapters.

We are planning to add multiple professional designs and the option of selling your ebook directly to your audience.

If you feel that this plugin doesn't fulfill your needs, it's not the end of the world. Plenty of other plugins is available, such as Anthologize, BookPress, and Print My Blog.

Final Words

After reading this post, one thing must be clear. Now publishing an ebook has become much easier than ever before. It has become possible due to our WordPress Plugin MPL-Publisher. Just ensure that you choose the right plugin according to your needs, and you're all set for self-publishing of an audiobook and ebook.

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