London, 29th March 2022
Three Partial Preview Collections: Exact Editions Develops New Marketing Tool For Book Collections
Digital platform Exact Editions has developed ‘Partial Preview Reading Rooms’ for digital book collections, a feature that will soon be available to book publishers to use for a range of marketing purposes. Publishers will be able to distribute time-limited links to digital book collections, setting limits to the content available to preview. Each link directs users to a purchasing page of the publisher’s choice through the ‘Buy this book’ button.
The Carcanet Caribbean Collection showcases of some of the best new and recent work by poets from the Caribbean, including poetry by Jamaica’s first three Poets Laureate, Mervyn Morris, Lorna Goodison, and Olive Senior. During the London Book Fair, 5th to 7th of April, all the poetry collections found within this collection will be completely open for users to read from cover to cover.
Preview the Carcanet Caribbean Collection here for one-month only:
The Notting Hill Editions Classic Collection includes selected essays by great essayists, including Oscar Wilde, William Hazlitt, and Virginia Woolf. Each essay collection is introduced by a contemporary specialist in the field.
Preview the Notting Hill Editions Classics Collection here for one-month only:
The What on Earth Books Explorer Collection was produced in association with the Natural History Museum. The books imaginatively describe the evolutionary history of dinosaurs, bugs, plants, and mammals.
Preview the What on Earth Books Explorer Collection here for one-month only:
Publisher & Managing Director of Carcanet Press, Michael Schmidt said: “The ability to share with readers worldwide a preview of each book in our Caribbean collection is an exciting technical development for digital publishing. We’re delighted that readers any and everywhere can enjoy these poetry books during the week of the London Book Fair.”
Chairman of Exact Editions, Adam Hodgkin commented: “Reading Rooms technology is changing the way in which publishers can promote and distribute their content, we’re interested to see how publishers get creative with this new marketing tool.”