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Sulekha.com to publish books from bloggers; the first book is out of stock

Sulekha.com, a social networking and local commerce site, has launched Sulekha Book Series, a BlogPrint initiative under which the company will provide an opportunity to Sulekha.com bloggers to get their blog articles published in print.

According to Sulekha.com, one blogger will be selected every month whose blog articles will be featured in a book. The winners will be chosen by the Sulekha.com editorial team on the basis of quality of writing, member recommendations and traffic.

Sulekha.com, a social networking and local commerce site, has launched Sulekha Book Series, a BlogPrint initiative under which the company will provide an opportunity to Sulekha.com bloggers to get their blog articles published in print.

According to Sulekha.com, one blogger will be selected every month whose blog articles will be featured in a book. The winners will be chosen by the Sulekha.com editorial team on the basis of quality of writing, member recommendations and traffic.

“We also plan during the year to create other books which are compilations of a series of writing on a particular theme. This book will showcase work from a diverse set of bloggers,” Sulekha.com has said. “For us this is another initiative to celebrate the wealth of talent we have amongst our Sulekha members and make them best-selling authors.”

The published books will be sold through Sulekha.com and Indiaplaza.in. The profits from all the books sold will go completely to the blogger, Sulekha.com has said. The company has already published a book titled Subbu Chronicles – A Series of Adventures under the BlogPrint initiative.

Subbu Chronicles, which is authored by B S Keshav, profiles the adventures of a journalist Rajeev Subramanyam in the ‘city of dreams’, Aamchi Mumbai. At the time of writing this story, the book was out of stock at Indiaplaza.in.

(via ContentSutra)

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