(PRWEB) November 3, 2004
BookCatcher.com (http://www.bookcatcher.com), a new website for book authors, writers, and publishers, is inviting authors to promote their newest books through its book newswire section.
BookCatcherÂs ÂBook News ReleasesÂ section lets authors post their press releases for free; it also allows authors to include up to three images, such as a book cover and author photo.
To submit a book release, go to BookCatcher.comÂs main page at http://www.bookcatcher.com, click on ÂBOOK RELEASES,Â then click on ÂSUBMIT A PRESS RELEASE.Â New users will need to register for an account. Registration is free, and sign up is immediate.
Once an author submits his/her book details, BookCatcher.com automatically formats the information into a newsworthy press release. Each press release gives a summary, a description, contact info., images, as well as details on the bookÂs publisher, agent, author(s), distribution, genre, and price. Authors also have their own accounts where they can manage, modify, renew and upgrade their press releases at any time.
Publishers who are seeking content to reprint can peruse the newest book releases via BookCatcher.comÂs BOOK NEWS WIRE at http://www.bookcatcher.com/index.php?a=5&b=12&page=1. Publishers also can sign up for a free account to track and filter press releases according to subject, genre or keyword.
ÂBookCatcher.com makes it easy for authors to create a press release and promote their books within minutes,Â according to Brian Scott, founder of BookCatcher.com. Authors who promote their books through BookCatcher.com also get their own unique links to their press releases which they can give out to the media and press.
BookCatcher is in its beta-testing phase, with a launch date in December 2004. In addition to showcasing new and upcoming book releases, the website also will be a portal of book industry news, book reviews, commentary, how-to articles and discussion forums.