The Digital DPPstore is Officially Open for Book Business

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DigitalPulp Publishing opened its ebookstore, http://www.dppstore.com, this month giving customers the opportunity to purchase and receive books 24/7.

DPPpress (http://www.dpppress.com) and DigitalPulp Publishing http://www.digitalpulppublishing.com), a year-old epublishing company, launched their online bookstore two weeks ago. The DPPstore (http://www.dppstore.com) features ebooks by new authors and the best ebooks from independent publishers.

Ebooks offer another venue for readers. Recognition of this is being touted by the public, publishers, and authors alike. Electronic giants are also climbing on the bandwagon. Sony introduced its new Reader ebook at last week’s 2006 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Dan Brown, author of "The Da Vinci Code", attended the show as well, voicing his support for the market: "The affect of this is there will be more books in print and more choice for readers."

“We couldn’t agree more,” says Genene Miller Coté, CEO of DigitalPulp Publishing. “That’s why we opened the DPPstore. We love books and believe that they should be as accessible as possible to as many people as possible.”

The DPPstore (http://www.dppstore.com) offers books that are sure to please an assortment of literary palettes. From first-time authors to well-established experts, the store offers something for everyone: Romance, Sci-fi, Detective and Action Novels, Poetry, Self-Help, Personal Travel Stories, Business, and much more.

The store also draws from a wide pool of independent publishers who have traditionally published titles now available through DPPpress (http://www.dpppress.com) in ebook format, such as Taylor-dth, Mile High Press, Soulscapes, Communication Creativity, and Jaysea Publishing.

Book costs range from $6.95- $21.95. The store will also provide some Classic titles for free. The DPPstore (http://www.dppstore.com) is open 24/7. Purchasing and downloading books is as safe and easy as ordering from the bigger online bookstores.

The DPPstore (http://www.dppstore.com) also offers a rewards program. The more books you buy, the more points you earn. Points may be applied to any purchase or accumulated to buy a “free” book.

The DPPstore (http://www.dppstore.com), a division of DigitalPulp Publishing (http://www.digitalpulppublishing.com), offers the best in ebooks from new authors and independent presses. Our ebooks are downloadable on an assortment of readers. The dppstore – reinventing reading.

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