Kobo is a Competition Sponsor for our 2017 London Book Fair Indie Author Fringe event.
Our online conference starts at 10am (London) on March 18th 2017 and runs continuously for 24 hours.
This indie author event is free to attend thanks to the generous support of sponsors like Draft2Digital.
We’re delighted to welcome back Kobo Writing Life as an event Sponsor, and for the 2017 London Bookfair they’re our Competition sponsor.
In December 2009, Kobo was founded on the belief that books were going digital and that this shift would be a 25 year transformation. Kobo’s vision is to lead the global transformation in reading and to inspire people to find the time to read more – anytime, anyplace, anywhere around the world.
It is our mission to empower booklovers to read more – because we believe reading makes the world a better place. Kobo
Kobo Writing Life is Kobo’s one-stop, do-it-yourself publishing portal for authors with a story to tell. If you want to reach millions of readers in over 190 countries and own the digital rights to your work, then Kobo Writing Life is where it all begins.
How Kobo Writing Life Works
Kobo Writing Life is Kobo’s one-stop, do-it-yourself publishing portal for authors with a story to tell. If you want to reach millions of readers in over 190 countries and own the digital rights to your work, then Kobo Writing Life is where it all begins. Kobo Writing Life makes publishing easy. All it takes is five easy steps:
- Visit Kobo Writing Life Website
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Kobo are Sponsor of our Book Description Competition
- Click here to enter to our “Book Description” Competition.
- Click here to view the entries we’ve received.
Kobo have create a joint presentation with Draft2Digital titled “Get Your Book Out There. How To Be Everywhere.”
Draft2Digital and Kobo can both help you take your book to international markets but they work in very different ways. Mark Lefebvre and Kevin Tumlinson explain the difference between an aggregator and a retailer and how important it is to go wide.