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Imprimermonlivre.com Partners with Mybestseller to Offer New Self-Publishing Services

Imprimermonlivre.com Partners with Mybestseller to Offer New Self-Publishing Services

Dutch publishing service provider Mybestseller continues to expand its European business market and has partnered with French print-on-demand company Jouve. From the press release:   Paris, September 27th, 2016 – Jouve’s website “Imprimermonlivre.com”, aimed at the general public, has enjoyed increasing popularity over the past few years. The website enables anyone to print a book on a small budget in

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Mybestseller Launches Sweek: A Reading and Writing Mobile Platform

Dutch self-publishing company Mybestseller has just launched a reading and writing mobile platform. The new venture is not unlike platforms like Wattpad, but also encompasses publishing services with a heavy focus on the smartphone audience. Press Release: New platform Sweek makes reading and writing mobile Mybestseller, one of the market leaders in self-publishing, introduces Sweek, a new

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Macmillan Publishers Buys Self-Publishing Platform Pronoun

Macmillan Publishers has announced that it has bought self-publishing platform Pronoun. However, the platform will retain all its staff and move its offices to Macmillan in New York. Pronoun, formerly Vook, will also retain its own branding. From the Press Release: New York, NY – May 25, 2016 – Macmillan Publishers announces the acquisition of Pronoun,

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Kobo Writing Life Launches Suite of Vetted Publishing Services

Kobo Writing Life has announced the launch of a number of new “vetted” publishing services, including cover design, ISBNs, eBook conversion and copyrighting. Press release below: Kobo Writing Life Tool Kit Helps Self-Published Authors Cross the Finish Line Author access to advantageous pricing on a variety of publishing services TORONTO, April 13, 2016: Whether it’s due to writer’s block, the

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Breaking up is hard to do: Penguin Random House has Sold Author Solutions

Penguin Random House (PRH) has sold its self-publishing division Author Solutions to an affiliate of private investment firm, Najafi Companies. PRH parent company Pearson purchased Author Solutions in 2012 for $116m from Bertram Capital. Following the merger of publishing goliaths Random House and Penguin, Author Solutions became a part of the Penguin Group. Over the

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IngramSpark Adds New Features to Publishing Platform

Indie publishing platform IngramSpark has added a number of new features for authors and small publishers to its dashboard workflow. The new features were rolled out in the last week and announced in their November newsletter to account holders. Authors will now be able to avail of a e-book conversion service using their original print

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Self-Publishing Guru Dan Poynter Has Died

Often considered the original self-publishing guru and consultant, Dan Poynter, passed away on Tuesday of this week after a long illness. Poynter was 77 and best known for his book The Self-Publishing Manual, first published in 1979. He was a passionate advocate of quality self-publishing long before the impact of digital technology in the book

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Smashwords Inks Distribution Deal with Gardners Books UK

Self-Publishing platform and e-book distributor Smashwords has agreed a deal with the largest wholesaler in the United Kingdom, Gardners Books. Gardners powers the online ebook store operations of over 400 small and medium-sized booksellers throughout the world. This service is part of its white label ecommerce and fulfillment services. Smashwords announced the agreement in a blog post earlier this week. On

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Mybestseller in top 10 of Deloitte Fast50 Tech Awards

Dutch self-publishing platform and white label solutions provider Mybestseller has entered the top 10 of Deloitte Fast50 Tech Awards. The Deloitte Technology Fast50 is an annual competition of the 50 fastest growing tech companies in the Netherlands. From the press release:   Mybestseller, one of the European market leaders in self-publishing, has reached a ninth position

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Pronoun Launches its Digital Book Publishing Platform

Last May TIPM reported that Pronoun (formerly Vook) intended to launch a digital book publishing platform. Well, today that publishing platform went live. Vook originally launched in 2009 as a digital content creation platform for e-books. Over the past year Vook has acquired  boutique e-publisher Byliner  and e-book data analysis engine Booklr. Rebranded as Pronoun,

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