The SELF-e and biblioboard services will end on May 14, 2017.
SELF-e provides local, self-published authors a way to submit their ebooks for circulation at Timberland Regional Library, other Washington libraries and possibly libraries nationwide. As an ebook discovery service authors can reach a wider audience and build buzz about their books. Distribution via the SELF-e platform is royalty-free and the license signed is non-exclusive.
Submit your ebook through the TRL SELF-e Submission page. You will be guided through the process, which includes:
- Viewing and accepting the terms of agreement.
- Providing general information about yourself, including name and address
- Submitting your file in ePub2, ePub3 or PDF format
- Entering basic metadata (title, author, subject, etc.)
Accepted ebooks become part of the Indie Washington SELF-e ebook collection. eBooks can be accessed and read through the BiblioBoard platform.
Some ebooks may also be selected by editors at Library Journal for inclusion in one of the national “best of” SELF-e genre collections.
If you’ve already submitted a book and are experiencing problems, contact email@example.com.
In this digital ebook collection you can enjoy great reads from local Washington authors in the IndieWA collection and “best of” genre collections from indie authors nationwide. Eerie mysteries, alluring romances, memoirs, local histories, and much more. Read and download these ebooks on a variety of devices, with no limits or waiting.
What do I need to use BiblioBoard?
Visit BiblioBoard on any device with a web browser and internet access, including library computers and laptops or personal phones, tablets, or computers. (Please note that bookmarks and notes will only be saved if you are logged in with a BiblioBoard account).
To use BiblioBoard outside of the library, you will need:
- Your TRL library card barcode and PIN
- Internet access
For mobile devices, get the BiblioBoard app:
For PC or Mac users, use any current web browser
A BiblioBoard account. You can create an account on the BiblioBoard site.
What is the difference between BiblioBoard and SELF-e?
BiblioBoard is the name of the platform that we use to check out the eBooks. SELF-e and Indie Washington are collections of indie and small-press eBooks that you can read by using BiblioBoard.