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Reedsy Brings Scottish-backed Self-publishing Services Marketplace

Posted at 9:11AM Thursday 04 Sep 2014

A new UK-based self-publishing services startup Reedsy has just rolled out "the first version of its website, progressively inviting editors and designers to join their marketplace over the course of the next 48 hours." Reedsy aims to offer an online skills marketplace that "helps authors collaborate with expert editors, book designers, marketers and translators to take their books to another level. Reedsy will only work with certified, industry-experienced freelancers so authors can find the best partners for their project."

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