Bookstores have been deemed the main casualty of the digital publishing revolution, but the article published below shows that independent bookstores find creative ways to maintain their readers happy and hungry for more.
Regardless, we continue with our project mentioned this week both yesterday and three days ago and welcome your input in creating the post-digital revolution publishing model that caters for both writers and readers needs, and not mainly for the publishers’ greed.
Email us to be included in the early stages of development of our publishing platform and receive benefits reserved to early adopters. Feel free to include as many suggestions as you can think of, anything you would like to see in the ideal publishing platform, without thinking of the limitations of the current existing systems. We aim to create something new that will include features that match both writers, readers and service providers such as formatters, editors, book cover artists, illustrators, researchers, ap developers and other.
Now that you have registered for the next big thing in publishing, let’s see how bookstore can successfully adapt to today’s publishing landscape.
BY SAM CHEUNG & CRAIG MOY Perhaps you’ve heard about the death of print? Well, even in a city like Toronto, which is filled with Kindle-, Kobo- and iPad-addicted readers, the demise of the physical book has been greatly exaggerated; the city has all…