Tag: Authors

Zopler: Collaborate with Fellow Writers



Zopler is a social network for writers, authors, teachers, and students. It is a place where they can easily collaborate on writing stories together as a group. So if you’re one, you can get help with the story you’re working on. Just by posting your work on the site, your fellow writers can easily assist you. They can either give their opinion or continue the story for you. Basically, Zopler makes everything much simpler for you to work together with other writers.

Getting collaboration work in Zopler is actually quite easy to do. You can post your story, or even just the title of your story, on the site and writers will fire up with great ideas. In fact, you don’t need to provide a synopsis, a title alone will do. Continue reading

Pubslush: Publishing a Book with a Charitable Side



If you are an aspiring author, you can choose from a few publishing sites to circulate your books. WordClay and AuthorHouse are two of the most proficient sites available. In these sites, you could self- publish any book you wrote and you can readily get your name in print, too. But what if you could publish your book and donate some proceeds in each book sold? Pubslush can exactly do that for you. Aside from printing and selling your books, you can also contribute to children who are in dire need of support. Continue reading

Find the book you want to read with BookLikes



BookLikes is a resource that helps you in choosing which books to read according to your preference. When looking for a book to read, people generally depend on people with similar interests to make a recommendation. BookLikes makes it simple for you to interact with people of shared interests so that you get to read books that you want to read.

This excellent resource for bibliophiles uses an algorithm to recommend people who have similar interests in reading so that you can exchange not only books, but have discussions about them and their authors too.

BookLikes uses a unique algorithm that takes into account factors like reading preferences, book information and social activity to provide exact recommendations. A strong social connectedness where a user can share his/her bookshelf with their contacts on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn makes BookLikes exciting.

BookLikes looks especially beneficial when you consider how hard it is to grab a book that you are confident of liking. If you end up buying books that you do not finish reading, it is a sorry investment of your time and money. BookLikes is seen as “the missing link between Amazon and Facebook”.

On their website, booklikes.com, users are categorized into genres like biographies & autobiographies, business, historical fiction, mystery and crime, thrillers, horror, sci-fi and so on. A newbie can simply “follow” these people and discuss the genre.

The site also suggests people that you may know, most popular users and most active users. You can simply search for a book with the book title or the name of the author and see how many people on BookLikes have the book on their BookLikes. This is not only a good way to connect with readers, but is also beneficial for authors to connect with the readers of their books.

Within six months, BookLikes will be available in six more languages namely Chinese, Spanish, German, French, Japanese and Polish.