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Screwpulp's Launch May Be The Salvation Of Book Reviews

Posted at 9:23AM Saturday 05 Apr 2014

Screwpulp works by letting authors or publishers submit their books to the site, then those books are available for free until they have twenty-five reviews. Once a book reaches that threshold, its price goes up to one dollar. It continues to increase in increments based on the number of reviews.

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