Palm Springs, CA (PRWEB) May 10, 2006
DigitalPulp Publishing (http://www.digitalpulppublishing.com), a Southern California-based ePublishing company, is exhibiting at this year’s annual BookExpo America (BEA) event in Washington, D.C.
“We attended BEA last year to see what it was all about,” says co-founder and CEO of DPP, Genene Miller Coté. “This year we are going to BEA to show everyone what we’re about.”
BEA’s Premium Small Press Area will be buzzing with energy from Friday, May 19 through Sunday, May 21 and DPP will be part of the excitement at booth 518.
Genene Miller Coté will be speaking on how to seize eBook opportunities in a session titled “eBooks: Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain” on Saturday, May 20, at 11 AM in the ForeWard Magazine Booth (#606 in the Premium Small Press Area). “If you can’t make it to BEA, visit the DPPpress website (http://www.DPPpress.com)” suggests Cote. “It’s easy to navigate and provides a wealth of general information about eBooks and the emerging eBook market.”
The year and a half old company publishes, promotes, and distributes eBooks.
First-time authors can find a voice through DPPpub (http://www.DPPpub.com). Through DPPpress (http://www.DPPpress.com), self-publishers and independent presses who already have books in traditional print can utilize DPP’s services to create eBooks, and those who already have eBooks can gain a new channel for distribution in the DPPstore (http://www.DPPstore.com).
“Any author or publisher who doesn’t create an eBook at the same time they are producing a traditional print book is missing out on a huge opportunity,” says co-founder David Coté. “Working with DPP costs you absolutely nothing to create and distribute eBooks. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain in profits from eBook sales.”
BookExpo America is the largest publishing event in the United States, bringing together publishers, booksellers, librarians, retailers and rights professionals from some 93 countries. This year BEA will take place at the Washington Convention Center. Educational programs and special events run from May 18-21, while the exhibition halls and the international rights marketplace are open from May 19-21.
Joining DPP in booth 518 are Marilyn Ross and Brad Grochowski. Ross, self-publishing’s greatest advocate and CEO of Self-Publishing Resources.com will have books available and be on hand to answer questions. Grochowski, owner of authorsbookshop.com, will also be available to answer questions and provide information about the world’s best place to find independent books.
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