What is an imprint?
An imprint is the 'publisher name' under which your books will appear in the stores. For example, Penguin Random House has separate imprints they use to publish books, including Penguin Classics, Firebird, Puffin, or Dorling Kindersley.
We use imprints to set your publisher name, and to decide which stores your books will be going to. You can have as many imprints as you want, even with the same name.
Create a new imprint
Go to 'My account' and select 'Stores and imprints'.
At the top left corner, select 'Add imprint'.
Enter the name of your new imprint: this will be the public name. You can specify the 'hidden' name on the next page.
Once you click 'Create', you can edit the imprint details. You can change the personal name
of the imprint to something that describes this imprint the best: this will only be visible for
Scroll down to see the stores. You can set the stores independently.
Manage stores separately for books
You can manage your stores separately for your books by creating separate imprints and assigning your books to them. You can have as many imprints as you would like. You can have, for example, separate imprints for your back catalogue and for your new titles, or for your own titles and for your friends' titles.
Add books to an imprint
To add books to your imprint you can either upload new books or modify the books you have
already uploaded. To assign a book to an imprint, just change the Publisher / Imprint on the book page.