Texas Small Press Offers New Subscription Option
HOUSTON, TX — One of Texas’ fastest-growing small press companies has joined the largest digital library and book subscription service to make their published books available for readers worldwide on multiple devices. Scribd, the premier subscription-based ebook service, will now be carrying titles from Grey Gecko Press in a variety of genres.
Of the new opportunity, Chief Gecko and owner Jason Aydelotte had this to say: “We’re all very excited about this new venue for our titles. Subscription-based ebook distribution is a fantastic model, for both booklovers and publishers. Book junkies like me get thousands of books for one low monthly price, and we reach even more readers than ever before. What’s even better is that it’s not just our current catalog, but all our future titles, too! It’s a win-win for everyone.”
Scribd is currently celebrating its one-year anniversary by adding more titles to their already large library of over 500,000 books from over 900 publishers, including New York Times bestsellers, literary classics, groundbreaking non-fiction, and reader favorites in every genre. Scribd also provides access to millions of user-uploaded written works, from landmark court filings to academic papers from around the world. Scribd is compatible with all devices: iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire, Nook tablets and any web browser. Books are synced automatically across devices and Scribd allows users to download books to read anywhere – even offline.
Grey Gecko Press is an independent publisher based out of Houston, Texas, with many published books and stories in all genres and non-fiction. Focusing on new and emerging authors, the company publishes books in print and ebook formats worldwide to thousands of websites, bookstores, and libraries on six continents. Visit Grey Gecko’s listing on Scribd here: http://www.scribd.com/greygeckopress