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May 04, 2015

Writing and publishing: What about crowdsourcing?

Authors who have tried but failed to get published--including current legions of brilliant writers no one will ever read if publishing industry models stay the same--might consider this new online publishing service platform: Double Bridge Publishing. Double Bridge is publishing first-time fiction and non-fiction authors by using a crowdsourcing model. Unlike traditional brick and mortar publishing houses, Double Bridge, now only in its tenth month, relies on crowdsourcing for virtually all if of its publishing functions. Its first 5 titles will be released later this month.

Double Bridge founder and CEO Richard O'Brien

Posted by JD Hull at May 4, 2015 02:23 AM


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