Giving Back for the Holidays

Publerati is pleased to announce now through December 31, 2013 we will donate 100% of our publisher’s share of all Publerati ebook sales to the Worldreader Organization, who also has a matching program in place now through year-end.

A core mission of Publerati is to increase access for excellent fiction around the world using ebooks and e-reading technologies. Worldreader is achieving remarkable success through a combination of hard work and vision in providing digital readers and ebooks to teachers and children in developing nations.
Publerati wants to be more than just another publisher. Our goal is to help bring interesting, challenging fiction to readers at accessible ebook prices and in the process donate a portion of our sales to Worldreader on an ongoing basis. 
It should be a win-win: excellent novels and story collections that might be a little too risky for mainstream publishing now see the light of day as affordable ebooks, and in the process those less fortunate gain access to a huge digital library of ebooks on e-readers provided by Worldreader, fostering a lifelong love of learning.
Our list is purposefully small as we are highly selective in what we publish and have worked to create a diverse list showcasing what we feel represents the best of the art of fiction done in differing styles.
Please share this and help make a difference around the world simply by reading. You can find our titles on Thanks.
Happy Holidays!
Caleb Mason
Founder & Publisher









5 thoughts on “Giving Back for the Holidays

  1. I wanted to let you know I read An American Gospel and really loved it. It presented with such truth what it is like for a moral person to try and survive during the Great Recession, and the author did a good job balancing the weightiness with the interspersed humorous blog posts. I will continue recommending it to friends.

  2. Jane, yes Kobo has a gift-giving feature similar to Amazon. You should see it after logging in. Hope this helps and thanks for reading the blog.

  3. Thanks very much Jim. I agree it is a book that captures trying to survive our Great Recession very well and brings attention to wage inequalities, all in an imaginative sad and funny novel.

  4. Caleb: please look for the email I sent to your Info box as I would like to help you spread this literacy concept via our digital ebook news site. Look forward to talking with you.

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