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New Start-up Wants To Bring Book Tours Back

Posted at 4:15PM Monday 06 Aug 2012

A new start-up conceived and incubated within a company that has virtually nothing to do with the book industry aims to help authors and publicists bring the book tour back.

Togather.com, an online start-up incubated within the New York-based digital development and design agency Huge, is a platform designed for authors, publicists, librarians, bookstore owners and regular readers to create, manage and find successful live and virtual book events.

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