HELP / F.A.Q
On this page, we put questions we receive and our answers to them. If you don't find your question listed here, feel free to email us at email@example.com with your query.
Q. How do I find out more about a book before I buy it?
A. If our own reviews do not provide enough information or you are looking at one of several books in a group, click on the text link just below the image of the book and you will be taken to the relevant page on Amazon's website, with descriptions and customer's reviews.
Q: Can I link to your page?
A. You are welcome to add links to any page of Electronic Book World, without prior permission, provided that you don't link in a misleading manner - by giving the impression that Electronic Book World is affiliated with one or more of your pages when it is not, for example. You may not visually include our content within your web content, or that of anyone else, because this might confuse the visitor about who is who and what is what. However, it's fine if the link either opens our site in a new browser window, or completely replaces the content of the window where the link is clicked - as ordinary web links do. Permission is required to make any link that does not meet these criteria.
Q. Will you link to my page/site?
A. We link to sites that we feel inclined to, regardless of whether or not they link to us. We'll be happy to look at your site if you think we are likely to want to include it on our links page. Just email us with your URL and we'll take a look as soon as we can. You will know what we have decided when your link appears or does not.
Q. Where is the shopping cart?
A. Electronic Book World doesn't have a shopping cart - where one is available, you will find the shopping cart of the store available when you visit the vendor's site.
Q. I've just published a book. Can I sell it through your site?
A. If your printed book is available through Amazon and suits our tastes, we will be glad to link to the details of the book at Amazon. If your eBook is available through ClickBank and it suits our tastes, we will be glad to include it on the relevant eBook page. If you have anything else in mind and you honestly believe we would be interested, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q. How do I find out whether a book is in the public domain?
A. The rules vary from country to country. In just about every country, authors can put a work in the public domain by formally declaring that they are doing so but the majority of books enter the public domain because their copyrights expire. You will find a great deal of information on the subject at http://onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu/okbooks.html#whatpd