DailyLit Releases Next Round of Titles and Genres
Email/RSS Book Delivery Service Adds Over 150 Free Titles from Science
Fiction to Children's Classics, Making over 500 Titles Available Now
Mamaroneck, New York - August 13, 2007 - DailyLit (www.dailylit.com), a service that allows users to read entire books via email and RSS installments, has released over 150 new titles..
The new titles have been added in response to the thousands of subscribers who have provided positive feedback and have requested a wider array of titles and genres. Some of the new titles are in direct response to specific requests that had been sent by email or posted in DailyLit's "Book Request" forum, including additional works by H.G. Wells, Frank L. Baum, Rudyard Kipling and Beatrix Potter.
The majority of the new titles is in the public domain and is offered free to subscribers. A few other works have been released under Creative Commons licenses. In total, these new additions bring DailyLit's list of literary works to over 500. When paid subscriptions are introduced in September, public domain and Creative Commons titles will continue to remain free of charge.
"Public domain titles----these classics----will always be available for free on DailyLit," said Susan Danziger, co-founder and publisher of DailyLit. "It's great that there's so much interest, and we'll continue to expand our list of titles, authors and genres."
DailyLit (www.dailylit.com), a service that allows users to read entire books via email and/or RSS feeds, currently has over 500 classic and contemporary works offered free of charge to readers. The works are sent in individual installments on the day and time selected by each reader (e.g., every weekday at 6:30 AM) and can be read in less than 5 minutes. If a reader finishes an installment and wants to continue reading, the next installment can be received immediately. Co-founded by a team of publishing professionals and technology experts, DailyLit is headquartered in Mamaroneck, New York.
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