ISBN-10 and ISBN-13 are both numbers used to identify a book. The difference is; ISBN-10 is an international standard number that is used for books that are distributed outside North America, while an ISBN-13 is a specific edition of a book.
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What is the Imprint Name of my book?
Ideally, your imprint or publishing name should reflect your brand and what it stands for. The imprint name should be catchy, short, and memorable.
How to find an ISBN Agency in your Countries
The ISBN agency is a non-profit organization that manages the assignment of International Standard Book Numbers.