Ebooks and Refund Policy

Ebooks


Some of the ebooks sold on this site are in the either EPUB or PDF format secured with Adobe ADEPT Digital Rights Management (DRM). Others have no DRM applied. Digital Rights Management is used to limit the ability to copy eBooks and ties your purchased ebooks to the Adobe Account you are using on the PC or Mac you download to. It is possible to use your account across up to six different devices authorized to the account including readers, laptops and desktops.

Always ensure that you have set up your account in Digital Editions before you download a DRM-protected ebook to a new machine. When changing machines, take a note of your login details to ensure that you can retain access to your library.

Check that your e-reader is supported

To check if your device is supported by Adobe Digital Editions click  here.

Customers are solely responsible for confirming that their devices are compatible with the ebooks they purchase. Refunds will not be issued due to compatibility issues.

Installing Adobe Digital Editions

You must install and activate Adobe Digital Editions before downloading DRM-protected content. This is free software from Adobe and can be downloaded from www.adobe.com/products/digitaleditions/.

You may also install Bluefire on some devices for use with Adobe DRM content. Click  here for more information.

Print books


Print book orders are transmitted by AllLitUp.ca to individual publishers or distributors who will ship titles directly to customers. Please refer to the privacy policy for more information about personal information transmitted. Books may arrive in separate packages and on different dates. If you have any concerns about shipping times, please contact hello@alllitup.ca.

Refund Policy


If your book or ebook is delivered damaged, corrupt or is not delivered, please contact hello@alllitup.ca to arrange for replacement or refund.
Customers are solely responsible for confirming that their devices are compatible with the ebooks they purchase. Refunds will not be issued due to compatibility issues.

In Review: The Week of February 19th

February 24, 2018