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Simon & Schuster Moves To Build Publisher Brand With 'Behind The Book' Videos

Posted at 7:26AM Tuesday 05 Aug 2014

Simon & Schuster has launched a series of videos featuring its editors giving inside details about titles and authors called "Behind the Book." The company said in a release that the series is meant to be "an extension and a complement to Simon & Schuster's ongoing series of author videos, offering new and revealing information that can enhance and inform the reading experience."

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