For a small monthly cost, new service aims to slowly build a library of audio and eBooks.
eBook services like Google Play Books or Kindle’s vast library of titles are nothing new, but sometimes dealing with the massive amount of content can be a chore. Bookchoice, a new service has just launched in Australia, aims to offer a more curated experience for readers.
Live now, Bookchoice costs $4.99 a month, and for that you get eight new audiobooks and eight new eBooks – which is probably more than you can read in a month, but it’s a much smaller slice than what similar services offer, so less overwhelming.
“Our model allows publishers and authors to get their titles into the hands of a large and engaged audience, as well as tap into new consumer segments they might not be reaching now,” explains Lija Kresowaty, Head of International Publishing, in today’s announcement.
The titles can be downloaded to any device, and they’re yours to keep.
You can check it here.