You can reset your password by going to following link: http://www.ourboox.com/forgot
Insert the email address of the account you used to sign up to Ourboox.
You will receive an email with a link. Open the link. Then you’ll receive another email with the new password.
We have no problem if you publish your material elsewhere, even in its entirety. Just please make sure that you have the rights to publish.
Yes, just click on the “Remove” button, but keep in mind that you will lose that book.
Yes, as long as you don’t click ‘publish’ you can use the draft URL to share with family and friends.
Just click open the source code icon <> and paste into the editor any embed code obtained from any of hundreds of websites that allow you to embed material.
Currently, we do not provide an embed code on the site, but you can generate an embed code by using an external service such as embedly:
Just paste the URL of your book and you’ll get a code that you can embed in many websites.
You should only use artwork that is your own or that you allowed to use.
Some photography websites such as Getty Images allow you to use photos for free if you don’t use them for commercial reasons.
There are several ways. One is to publish your story and to reach out within your own networks. The second way is to click on the “books looking for illustrators” category. The third is to join our Facebook group “Making Books Come True” and post there. The fourth is to look for illustrators on Fiverr or similar websites. Or you can write us and we’ll try to help.
There is no limit to the length of a book.
We suggest that you keep a separate copy of your material. We back up all the books on the website on our servers. Currently, you cannot ‘download’ the books.
Ourboox is a private initiative of Mel Rosenberg, his wife Shulamit and CTO and co-founder Ran Shternin. Mel is a well-known scientist, inventor and writer. Mel and Shuli have a personal commitment to the future of Ourboox and the community. The site was designed for simplicity and is not expensive to maintain. We do not have any loans. We are in it for the long term. The very long term.
Yes, you can share your name and password and thus allow other(s) to work on the same book. We do not suggest that you work on the same book at the same time. When this happens, the last person to ‘save’ erases any changes that are being made at the same time.
Of course! As many times as you wish. There is no limit to the number of times you, as the writer, can go in and make as many changes or additions as you wish. Yours is a living book!