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About Us

Engage Books began in May 2008 with the introduction of AD Classic Books. Since then we have released over thirty titles. We pride ourselves on engaging content, innovative publishing and good design.

Engage Books is proud to present our four imprints.

AD Classic Books represents the greats from the past two thousand years, such as Machiavelli and Mary Shelley. Each book includes illustrations from one or two artists.

BC Classic Books showcases the legends from the time of Homer and Plato. Each book includes illustrations. Our first title was Homer’s Odyssey, and Aesop's Fables was recently released.

SF Classic Books are stories from the hero’s in science fiction such as H.G. Wells and Jules Verne. These books include classic illustrations from various illustrators, maps, original reviews, author forewords, letters and biographies.

Engage SF explores the worlds created by today’s leaders in the science fiction field. Planet Janitor: Custodian of the Stars was our first release. We are currently accepting submissions.

AD Classic Books, BC Classic Books and SF Classic Books are classics that have been around for decades, centuries, and even millennia. Engage SF is a new publishing house with stories written by leaders in the science fiction field. For further information please see our submissions page.

Want to submit a manuscript? See our Submissions page.

What makes us different:

Engage Books was founded with the goal of providing some of the best books ever written in an innovative way. All our books are printed on demand, which means that a single copy is printed within 24 hours of your order. We do not need to print thousands of books, only to store them in a warehouse until copies are needed. This is one of the fundamental flaws of the publishing industry today, as an average of 40 percent of manufactured books never sell, amounting to 1.5 billion books annually. This means that 1.5 million trees* are wasted each year. Our business model allows us to be part of a solution to this problem.

*This figure is based on each tree equaling one cord of wood and each book weighing one pound.