8 Best WordPress Themes for Selling eBooks

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Bookish

bookish-theme

Bookish combines everything you need to quickly get your ebook noticed. The responsive theme features a one-page design with four available skins to make it your own. The theme also includes a slider, unlimited color choices, Font Awesome icons and Google web fonts. Bookish is also ready to help you sell your product with WooCommerce integration.

Price: $40
Demo | Purchase

Publisher

publisher-theme

Publisher allows you to both showcase and sell digital products. The responsive theme features two sales options with Amazon.com or WooCommerce integration. The theme also includes plenty of customization options, a blog and the ability to review products.

Price: $65
Demo | Purchase

eBook

eBook--A-WordPress-theme-for-book-authors

eBook features a responsive design in a widget-ready frame. By using different combinations of widgets, you can customize this theme in a number of ways. eBook also comes with unlimited color options, a tool to set up promotions and coupons, sales tax and shipping functionality and is integrated with WooCommerce. This theme also features one-click auto install, plenty of documentation and support for third-party plugins.

Price: $49
Demo | Purchase

FlatBook

FlatBook

FlatBook is designed in the trendy flat style and includes a one-page design. The fully responsive theme includes an unlimited number of color schemes, drag and drop design functionality, MailChimp e-newsletter integration and three pricing table options. FlatBook includes hidden menu navigation, Font Awesome icons, Google web fonts and integration for YouTube and other social media channels.

Price: $35
Demo | Purchase

eBookie

eBookie-WP-Theme

eBookie is a responsive one page theme with a blog designed to help sell print or digital books. The theme has a clean, minimalist one-page design with an unlimited color palette. This theme also includes a eBook creator PSD file so that you can design a custom book cover and add to your website.

Price: $35
Demo | Purchase

Webbie

Webbie-Theme

Webbie makes presenting and selling your eBook a piece of cake. The responsive design includes tools to both sell and read ebooks online. Webbie also includes tools to make downloading your book a breeze for buyers. This theme comes with custom post types, a collapsible sidebar, keyboard navigation and custom widgets.

Price: $45
Demo | Purchase

Literary

Literary-Blog-Theme

Literary is a beautifully crafted blog theme that comes with a post type for showcasing ebooks. The theme includes plenty of color and font options as well as mapping, blog and portfolio pages. The fluid design works at a number of sizes and includes widget areas, social media integration and touch features for mobile and tablets.

Price: $40
Demo | Purchase

Booker

Booker-Theme

Booker is a simple, one-page ebook theme that features nice color and font selection tools. The theme includes PayPal integration for easy sales and includes PSD files to make customization easy. The theme includes sections for book promotion, reviews and an author biography.

Price: $25
Demo | Purchase

9 Comments

  1. I like Bookist much more and another also so fine. That was nice color combination. At last thanks for sharing.

  2. As a e-publishing startup, this is exactly what I was looking for. Great help. thanks

  3. I am reading all the reviews I can find. From your list, I like Bookish the best in terms of design. Seems well worth the $40. Is that a one-time fee? I wonder how they are for support. – Paul Chaplo, author of “Big Bend: Aerial Views of Big Bend Country” Publisher: Texas A&M University Press.

    • Hi Paul,

      Yes, it is a one-time fee. Support for Bookish is provided via a ticket system, and the author is an Elite Author (meaning they’ve sold a lot of themes), so it should be pretty good.

    • Depends…
      $40 is for the regular license
      Use, by you or one client, in a single end product which end users are not charged for

  4. Advising people tp use Bookish is a wrong doing…It’s a nightmare to work with. I have used 30+ themes from TF and this one was among the worst.

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