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New non-fiction book website adds 254 Caribbean region related titles in 2016
Published on January 2, 2017 Email To Friend    Print Version

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By Caribbean News Now contributor

MIAMI, USA -- Readara.com, a non-fiction book website, added more than 250 new book titles related to the Caribbean region in 2016, its first full year of operation.

Readers can now find list of all books that were published or reprinted in 2016 broken down into various categories ranging from travel, food, lifestyle, history to finance and law.

Readara’s Monthly Newsletter Helps Readers Discover New Titles

With more than 150,000 non-fiction books published every year, how can anyone keep abreast of the new titles in their areas of interest and know which are worth reading?

Readara.com, the non-fiction and professional book hub, is the only book discovery site focused on helping professionals, researchers and librarians keep up with the latest books.

Readara’s monthly newsletter now reaches more than 100,000 people with the information on books to look out for in various categories from leading and niche publishers.

Readara’s editorial staff carefully looks at more than 10,000 titles printed each month and identifies about 500 titles that are relevant to professionals and researchers.

Readara Non-fiction Book Database Expands

In 2016, Readara.com interviewed some of the leading non-fiction book authors in economics, finance, history, biography and engineering and health categories.

“We have a growing collection of nearly 80 book author interviews and we plan to expand that list beyond 200 in 2017,” said site owner and developer Manish Shah.

Readara.com also added more than 150,000 non-fiction book and professional book titles in 2017, enlarging its book database to over 430,000 books.

Readara provides a unique platform and tools that facilitate open communication between readers with common interests, authors, and publishers of non-fiction books.

In addition to advanced searching, registered users can rate books, authors, and publishers; write reviews, make recommendations, or post suggestions for authors; and join discussion groups focused on specific areas of interest. They can also create recommended reading lists to share with their peers.

Publishers can create a separate, publisher profile page with details about their company, authors, and book lists. They can use the page to promote forthcoming books, author interviews, and special promotional offers. Reader feedback will offer publishers a gauge of market demand and a direct link to the market.

Every month, Readara adds more than 12,000 new non-fiction book titles from more than 9,000 publishers and imprints.

Click here for a complete list of books related to the Caribbean region indexed by Readara.

For more information, contact:
Boris Petrov
Tel: 305 433 7560
www.Readara.com/contactus
 
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