Have you ever noticed how all those “Dummies Guide to” and “Complete Idiot’s Guide” books are long? If you are truly a complete novice to a topic do you really want something that takes you a week to read just so you can get a general idea for what the topic is about? Would you rather just get an overview of everything before deciding if you really want to jump completely into a topic? That’s what Minute Help is all about. Minute Help books are eBooks that you can casually read on your commute to the office, while you wait in line at the Post Office, or while you wait for your child to finish soccer practice. Minute Help books are books for people with only minutes to spare.
Unlike big publishers, Minute Help is social--we are not only interested in what our readers think about our books, we want to hear from you! Ever hear someone at Random House or HarperCollins say that? If you wrote them an email, chances are they’d never reply. So go ahead...ask away.
The People Behind Minute Help
Roland - Editor Roland co-founded Minute Help in 2010 after working over ten years in library service. He holds a masters in linguistics. We want to offer the best quality in all of our books and if they don’t meet your satisfaction we want to know why, and find a way to make you happy. If you notice any errors in the books--either grammatical or factual--you can email him personally at Roland@minutehelp.com.
Scott - Content Manager Scott has worked in library service for over 15 years, and came up with the idea for Minute Help after years of seeing disappointed people who just wanted books that covered the basics. He holds a masters in Library Science and Information Technology, and is in charge of building and uploading ePubs that function flawlessly on any eReader. If you notice any technical issues with any of our books, please email him at email@example.com