Atlanta, GA, December 01, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Worlds To Discover, an independent children’s book publishing company, has put a new spin on how to introduce their children’s books to the world. All you have to do is choose your adventure.
Now, when you visit WorldsToDiscover.com you will find on the home screen adventures, two of them, Labyrinth’s Door – Anyia “Dream of a Warrior” and Talee and the Fallen Object and you have the option to choose which adventure you would like to visit. Once you choose your adventure you will be sent to a page where you can read the book online for free.
Fairly new to the book publishing world Jacquitta A. McManus found it hard to get her books to her intended audience, children. So she came up with a new plan. One that took out the question of whether or not you wanted to take a chance on buying her books to see if your children would like her fantasy adventures. She decided to put them on her website to read for free.
“I write so that I can share my fantasy adventures with children around the world, not so that I can keep them to myself. As an independent children’s book publishing company trying to make my mark in the publishing world I thought this would be the best way for me to accomplish that. So I made them available online to read for free.”
And for those who want a physical copy or and ebook copy they will find them at http://www.worldstodiscover.com/Store/. Ebooks are available at http://www.Amazon.com and http://www.BarnesAndNoble.com.
To read Labyrinth’s Door – Anyia “Dream of a Warrior” or Talee and the Fallen Object for free visit http://www.WorldsToDiscover.com.
Jacquitta is the founder of Worlds to Discover a privately held company inspired by the marvel of youth that infuses enchantment, wonder and fun into adventures that push the imaginations of children around the world through endearing stories occurring in otherworldly places. She has one simple goal - to excite young people through uniquely uncommon fantasy adventure tales ... while reminding everyone to dream.