Tagged: Startup of the week

Meet Wet Zebra, The X-Factor for independent authors

If Wet Zebra authors get 1,000 votes from the reading public, their book gets published. Read more

Startup of the week: Novel Effect

Continuing our profiles of this year's BookTech Company of the Year finalists, we talk to the team behind Novel Effect, a platform hoping to enhance... Read more

Startup of the week: Joosr

British book summary app Joosr is one of five finalists in this year's BookTech Company of the Year Award. So why is it so exciting... Read more

Startup of the week: Bibliotech

Created by students for students, "the Spotify of textbooks" applies the subscription model to edtech Read more

Startup of the week: One Third Stories

Two old school friends want to "revolutionise the way we learn languages in the English-speaking world and beyond" - and they're starting with children's books. Read more

Startup of the week: Papertrell

It may be based in Bangalore, but this direct-to-consumer publishing platform is already creating close relationships with big publishers in London and New York. Read more

Startup of the week: Riffle

The "Pinterest for book discovery" is hoping that beautiful design and personal recommendations will capture book lovers' hearts. Read more

Startup of the week: Blackbird

Meet the noisy little bird hoping to spread #authorpower across the UK. Read more

Startup of the week: Simply Prose

Box-fresh Alabama startup SimplyProse aims to help writers with arguably the most important part of creating a publishable book: editing. Read more

Startup of the week: Novellic

Novellic is an app for which the book’s content trumps its format. Read more

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