At Authorship, they aim to encourage readers, writers, translators and publishers to engage in profitable relationships. They aim to help readers find the joy of reading books of large numbers of writers from different parts of the world, aid authors to take charge of their work and present their work to diverse sets of audiences in their own languages, encourage publishers to come up with fair policies and translators and language experts to make use of their skills to earn money.
With the aim of resolving the problems of conventional book publishing industry, the platform allows all people involved in the literary cycle and the publishing industry to enjoy doing what they do, in the best way possible.
For any reader, there could be nothing better than having the access to the works of large numbers of writers. For any author, it is imperative that they get their work published without having to compromise over their rights, share it with as many readers as possible and enjoy the financial benefits from the sales of their books. For any publisher, it is important to have a platform where they can seek out new and established writers and help publish their work and for a multi-lingual person, there could be nothing better than to get chance to translate the works of great and emerging authors.
At Authorship, they aim to provide readers, writers, translators and publishers with a single platform to offer and avail each other’s services and revolutionize the book publishing industry.
A digital world that functions without the interference of third parties, censorship, downtime or fraud is a dream we all have had for long time.
“Authorship” is a step towards making this very dream a reality. Authorship promises a more book friendly future for readers and authors all over the world by redefining the book publishing industry. By bringing authors, readers, translators and publishers on the same platform, it will mark the beginning of a new era where the issues, challenges, and drawbacks of the traditional book industry will no more be present to make writing and reading books difficult.