Authors Take The Driving Seat by Selling Books Online at DragonCub

Norfolk, United Kingdom (PressExposure) August 20, 2009 -- DragonCub is giving independent authors the chance to promote their work to booklovers across the world and make money from the sales of their books at the same time through their online shopping hub for Books, E-books, Music, Magazines, Software, Computer Games and more.

DragonCub provides an instant route to market for authors from any genre, who can take advantage of free promotion of their book as well as build credibility by gaining reader testimonials for their work. The team at DragonCub can also assist with Adword campaigns which will help drive even more traffic to the book and help boost sales.

“The Internet is now THE best place to buy books and new authors can take advantage of this medium too, by selling their book or ebook online via an online bookshop. Whether you are looking to publish a collection of short stories, an ebook or perhaps even a thesis on Ancient Egypt, online bookstores like DragonCub will help you promote your book effortlessly,” says Miriam Taylor from DragonCub.

Taylor reveals that online book publishing can prove very cost effective for authors who want to retain control over their books and make money and DragonCub have devised an extra special incentive to help new authors on their way to success.

“At DragonCub, our basic charge is only 20% of the retail price you fix for your book, but times are tough so as an added incentive, we’ve decided not to charge any sales commission until January 2010. That means you can start earning 100% from the sales of your book today through DragonCub,” says Taylor.

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About DragonCub is a subsidiary of Where the World Meets Ltd, an English company operated by Andrew R. Taylor. stock a wide range of books, from science fiction, self help and academic reports. They encourage authors, especially self publishing authors to contact them with a view to putting their book for sale on the website.
The service is designed to fill a gap between on the one hand the mass of book websites currently on the Internet and the lack of real book websites that deal with every conceivable book type. for example, publish not only the books you might find in a high street book shop but also those you won’t find – rare editions, academic reports and so on.
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Press Release Submitted On: August 20, 2009 at 12:16 am
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