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Harlequin Partners with Scribd to Offer +15,000 Titles Exclusively
in their Ebook Subscription Service
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We have exciting news to share for book lovers everywhere! Harlequin has partnered with Scridb, a subscription reading service, to make available 15,000+ titles.
Monthly subscribers to Scribd can now find titles from these Harlequin imprints:
Harlequin Series Romance
They will feature novels from best-selling authors including Debbie Macomber, Robyn Carr, Susan Wiggs, Heather Graham, Shannon Stacey, and many more!
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See official press release below:
Harlequin Makes 15,000 eBooks Available On Scribd In Subscription Exclusive
TORONTO and SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 2, 2014 /CNW/ — Harlequin (www.Harlequin.com), one of the world’s leading publishers of books for women, today announced that it has entered into a one-year agreement with Scribd, the world’s largest digital library and book subscription service. Scribd will be the exclusive subscription partner for 15,000 titles from Harlequin’s extensive backlist. Titles from a variety of Harlequin imprints, including Harlequin Series Romance, HQN Books, MIRA Books and Carina Press, will be available through Scribd’s US $8.99 monthly subscription service and accessible on iPhone, iPad, Android devices, Kindle Fire, NOOK Tablet and web browsers. Featured bestselling authors include Debbie Macomber, Robyn Carr, Susan Wiggs, Heather Graham and Shannon Stacey. Scribd will also be making the full Harlequin catalog available for individual purchase in the Scribd retail store.
“Harlequin prides itself on being an innovator in the digital space, so I am thrilled that this partnership with Scribd will help us to meet our readers where they are—whether on a mobile device, desktop computer or tablet,” said Craig Swinwood, Publisher and Chief Executive Officer of Harlequin. “With 80 million active users, the Scribd platform reaches a vast global readership that can now access some of the best in women’s fiction. And this innovative model, which combines traditional retail with a subscription offer to backlist titles, will benefit Harlequin authors through extended reach, increased discovery and improved royalty streams.”
“Our readers around the world have come to know Scribd as the leading destination for romance books, and we’re delighted to bring them even more of the content they crave,” said Trip Adler, CEO and cofounder of Scribd. “The subscription model is unlocking powerful changes in reading habits and this is most prominent within the romance genre. With this many Harlequin titles, available only on Scribd, we know our romance fans will read their hearts out.”
Harlequin (www.Harlequin.com) is one of the world’s leading publishers of books for women, with titles issued worldwide in 34 languages and sold in 102 international markets. The company publishes more than 110 titles monthly and more than 1,300 authors from around the world. Harlequin is a division of HarperCollins Publishers, one of the largest English-language publishers in the world. Harlequin has offices in 16 countries, including offices in Toronto, New York and London. For more information, please visit Harlequin.com and Facebook.com/HarlequinBooks. Follow Harlequin on Twitter: @HarlequinBooks.
Scribd is the premier subscription reading service with more than 500,000 titles, including New York Times bestsellers, classics and reader favorites in every genre. Available in more than 194 countries and 80 languages via iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, NOOK Tablet and the web, Scribd also features millions of written works contributed by users around the world. Launched in 2007 by Trip Adler and Jared Friedman and backed by Y Combinator, Charles River Ventures and Redpoint Ventures, Scribd is one of the most influential websites in the world, reaching more than 80 million active readers every month. For more information, please visit http://www.scribd.com.