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If your iBooks author book is in the store, what is it?

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soulhill Level 1 Level 1 (5 points)
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Apr 4, 2012 3:04 PM

If your book is in the store, what is it? Also, if you want to share how long it took to get approved, I'm sure many here are curious.

  • K T Level 7 Level 7 (23,215 points)

    You've seen this thread, right?

     

    https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3735795

  • limtc Level 1 Level 1 (65 points)

    I have 2 books that reached the top of Education chart: Lion and Zebra.

     

    I have a few more books that is in Nature category: African Safari, Threatened Species, etc. And a few more books in Music: Sing to Learn Chinese series.

  • Alzem Calculating status...

    I have a French iBook  about horse riding that I update.

    It get between 5 and 11 downloads per day.

    It was accepted as free iBook on mars 15

    It is called

     

    Monter a cheval

     

     

    Thanks for having a look

  • JulieFine Calculating status...

    My ibooks author paid illustrated book (5.99) was published and went live today on 32 itunes stores!

     

    I originally uploaded my book on March 13th.  Three weeks later I realized I submitted the screenshots wrong, so before hearing from Apple, I delivered again the package through itunes producer.  Today I saw the green light was on!  (About a week and a half after resubmitting the screenshots without having received a ticket).

     

    You can find it by searching for "Bosoms and Booties"  or "Julie Fine" 

     

    Teaser: 

    "Jump up and down buck naked in front of a mirror, and eliminate anything that jiggles when you land!"

     

    This was the recommendation of a macho modeling agent, whose raw advice served as my introduction to the world of fashion. 

     

    ...a world where a half an inch in the wrong place can trounce you from a runway lineup faster than you can say "haute couture!" 

     

    ...a world where emaciated is considered thin, thin is considered fat, and fat is considered well past plus size.

     

    This is the story of a former image-obsessed straight-size model that learned to adore the very curves which once stood between her and a high-fashion modeling career.

     

    Bosoms and booties develop for a reason. We are meant to have them!

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