Press Release: BookShout! Partners With Publerati for Holiday Donation to the Worldreader Organization
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - December 17, 2014) - BookShout and small press publisher, Publerati, have teamed up to share 100% of their proceeds from the sale of Don Trowden's, Normal Family, with the Worldreader Organization. The one day "flash sale" for Trowden's holiday-inspired read, scheduled for December 17, will offer the critically acclaimed novel at the special price of $1.99.
Normal Family is set over a single year of outlandish holidays within an eccentric family in decline. The first in a planned trilogy, this novel features a witty voice where humor masks pain as the family is forever transformed over four consecutive holidays.
This marks the second holiday season in which Publerati has donated to the Worldreader Organization using 100% of the publisher proceeds from the sale of two different seasonal titles: Thanksgiving by Ellen Cooney and Don Trowden's Normal Family.
For BookShout, best known for creating new sales channels and empowering authors, publishers and organizations to sell digital content directly, the partnership represents an opportunity to spread the good word and good works. Jason Illian, BookShout's CEO, noted, "It's an honor to share the space with Publerati in donating to the Worldreader Organization, whose use of modern technology to make books available to children and families in need is one we greatly admire."
Get your own Normal Family -- and do some good work. Click to buy: Normal Family for $1.99 from BookShout and Publerati -- 100% of retailer and publisher proceeds from today's sale will go to the Worldreader Organization.
Founded in 2011 by Caleb Mason who serves as publisher, Publerati seeks to promote increased access to high-quality fiction through the publication of unique works as reasonably priced ebooks in establishing an enduring collection. Furthermore, to donate a portion of our publisher's share to literacy charities utilizing technology in increasing access to books and instilling a lifelong love of reading, writing, and empathy among all peoples. For more information, please visit: http://www.publerati.com/home.html