NBM goes Digital: iFlipd ebook rentals

NBM’s ebooks are spreading to a great variety of platforms, thanks to our distributor IPG’s aggressive move into all things e-book. That means you have many diverse  options to enjoy our e-books. Here’s a RedBox type model, IFlipd:


iFlipd: A candy store for your literary sweet tooth. iFlipd offers books at $2 each per week, much in the same vein as the RedBox DVD rental model. iFlipd has thousands of selections. No matter the price of the book, all you need to pay is $2 per week, per book. No subscription needed! If you don’t like  book or finish it early, pick out a new book to use in the time remaining. So if you are a fast reader and have a week off, you could read a variety of books cover to cover and it will only cost you a grand total of $2! Visit https://iflipd.com/ to see the complete offering or download in the Apple App store today!

What we got on Comixology… and beyond.

Thanks, Sean, you beat us to our post about a whole lotta books of ours you can also order as e-books from Comixology. We make sure to have links on this site under each book’s cart button as an alternative for e-book versions. AND we also made sure from the start that they feature a free 12 page preview of each book offered!

As of today you can get Rick Geary’s Axe-Man of New Orleans there but they already have a number of Geary’s Treasury of Murder books: Victorian and 20th Century, including Jack the Ripper, The Lindbergh Child and more.

Besides that there’s now:

The Big Khan by Neil Kleid

Bluesman  and Castaways by Rob Vollmar and Pablo Callejo

A Home for Mr. Easter by exciting new talent Brooke Allen

Richard Moore’s whole Boneyard series is doing quite well there

The Broadcast

Joe & Azat



Unholy Kinship.

And since last fall we’re getting more of our books up on all platforms from the iBookstore  to the Nook, Overdrive for libraries and others. We’ve been doing that through our general trade distributor IPG who gets us into all these 100+ channels of e-book distribution.

Next: watch for P. Craig Russell’s Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde going up on Comixology and all those other non-comics channels as mentioned above within the next few weeks!