I’m thrilled to announce that DailyLit, the oldest publisher/distributor of serialized books and series is joining forces with Plympton, a start-up that specializes in creating original series and cutting-edge technology for digital reading. Plympton’s cofounder, Jennifer 8. Lee, will take the helm as of today, and I will happily become an advisor and investor, together with my husband, Albert Wenger.
I’ve been impressed with Jenny ever since I met her a year or so ago. Her energy, enthusiasm, and love of writing (she’s a former New York Times reporter as well as a published bestselling author), convinced me that DailyLit would be in great hands under her stewardship. Together with her co-founder and editorial director Yael Goldstein Love, she’s formed a terrific team to develop original series and cutting edge technology that should thrill publishers, literary agencies, authors and readers. You can read more about their plans here on Plympton’s blog.
I hope you’re as excited as I am to see where DailyLit can go from here.
DailyLit is the leading publisher/distributor of serialized books in digital form. Selected to be the #1 Book Website by the Sunday Times, DailyLit has sent over 50 million book installments. DailyLit’s books and series are all free and feature bestselling and award-winning titles. Installments can be read in fewer than 5 minutes and can be read wherever you receive email, including on any computer, Blackberry, or iPhone.