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Self-publishing Company FastPencil Gives Some Authors More Access to Barnes & Noble
FastPencil hopes that the offering will help set it apart from free self-publishing platforms like Amazon’s KDP

“Barnes & Noble is excited to partner with FastPencil to bring quality, independently published books to our readers,” B&N VP digital content Theresa Horner said in a statement.

Starting today, authors who use FastPencil’s Premiere and Wavecrest programs will have “full access to online and in-store placement through Barnes & Noble as well as NOOK bookshelf merchandising.” Premiere is aimed at bestselling authors who have written “elite general interest titles” — some clients include Mercer Mayer and Steven Pressfield — and Wavecrest is for “thought leaders with existing communities,” like psychologist Albert Gaulden and celebrity chef Bryan Au.

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