Sunday, October 28, 2007

Mark Twain Finally Gets Published (Again)

Mark Twain, the father of America Literature, has been published (again), but this time his classic stories about Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn are available from the newest type of publishing system.

Although Twain is a notable exception, many older books and classics do not generate the enthusiasm of a new release from an established author. Once the "buzz" has subsided, these books fall out of print and become unavailable at your local book store., a new online publishing solution from Peleman Industries, N.V., aims to solve this problem by giving on-demand access to any book loaded onto its system at any time, anywhere in the world.

"What sets WWAOW apart from other on-demand publishing systems is the fact that books are instantly available world-wide," said Luc Augustinus, Vice President Sales B2C. "Traditional publishing companies cannot publish all over the world because of the contracts they have with distribution companies. Existing on-demand printing solutions do not have the network of production facilities that WWAOW has."

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn are now available from , along with a growing number of other Literary, Business, and Government publications from all over the world. is a self-publishing system that is open to anyone with a book to publish. WWAOW is popular with new authors who are interested in publishing their own books, as well as more established authors and publishing companies who are interested in keeping older books available to the public.


1 comment:

em2histbuff33 said...

Some of Mark Twain's books are already available online. The Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc is available online here free at