Well, with the release of a site like Full Fathom Five (FFF) Digital, we’ll have a chance to find out. Digital is where it’s at, and James Frey, founder of the FFF, has recognized this and has taken steps to engage a new generation of readers.
“We are looking forward to discovering unconventional projects that have the potential to connect with a wider community of readers that haven’t been available to them before,” Frey said in an article on Mashable. Check out the full article.
This new digital imprint’s goal is to publish “quality fiction e-books for modern readers.” Every Wednesday, a new ebook is scheduled for release, beginning with Amanda Black’s The Apartment on October 1st. E-books will be released in every leading e-book retailer, as well as in a number of niche outlets.
With titles like I Am Number Four and Dorothy Must Die already on the New York Times bestseller list, it will be interesting to see how this new imprint fares in the digital market.