Suspense Magazine Becomes an All Digital Publication

Suspense Magazine will no longer be a print magazine, opting to become an all digital publication.

Los Angeles, CA, May 14, 2011 --( Suspense Magazine makes the jump from print to digital. Suspense Magazine is a monthly magazine that covers the suspense/thriller/mystery and horror genres. Suspense Magazine sites the rise in EBook sales, which format is the number one for reading books, as the reason to discontinue their print edition.

“This move will make our magazine much stronger, by being able to market to more people and reach out to a global market. Printing costs have been on the rise, while more consumers are reading less printed material.” John Raab, CEO/Publisher of Suspense Magazine mentions.

Suspense Magazine has partnered with to sell their all digital inactive magazine on their site, along with selling the magazine on their home site A digital interactive magazine gives the reader the ability to have live active links embedded in the issue, so they are able to click from the magazine right to the website of the ad or author they are reading. These issues will be able to be viewed on all tablets, computers, and included in an iPhone or iPad app. Suspense Magazine is also making the magazine available for all e-readers and selling on Amazon, and many other EBook sites.

“We have to stay on par with the technology changes, and right now technology is seeing digital as the way of today. Unlike a print magazine that gets thrown away after one read, digital magazines will stay around forever, and this gives our advertisers much more exposure as well as giving new fans the ability to read past issues with no hassle,” Raab adds.

The May 2011 issue is the first issue that will be available in all digital. Suspense Magazine has been a monthly magazine since June 2009. They are a subsidiary of JRSR Ventures, LLC, a California company, located at 26500 Agoura Rd, #102-474, Calabasas, CA 91302. You can email the editor directly at with any questions or

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