Remember how we said we get excited about giving our readers new books to read? Imagine a little kid jumping up an down before opening a giant present on their birthday – that’s how excited we are.
We are thrilled to announce that we’re partnering with one of the largest publishing houses in the world, Simon & Schuster, giving our subscribers access to some amazing new reads. As of this morning, the Scribd library now includes more than 10,000 titles by classic and bestselling authors like Ray Bradbury, Mary Higgins Clark, Walter Isaacson, Frank McCourt, Rachael Ray, Annie Proulx, and F. Scott Fitzgerald.
With so many amazing books to choose from, you might be feeling a little overwhelmed. Keep calm, Scribd readers; we’ve added many of these new titles into some of our favorite existing collections, including Classics and Kitchen Companions. Oh, and we also curated a new “Simon & Schuster Favorites” collection – just to get you started.
Stephen King, The Green Mile
Who knew that this top-notch story set on death row in a post-depression penitentiary was originally written as a serialized novel? Oh, and it was made into a movie starring Tom Hanks, too.
Margaret Atwood, Dancing Girls
As a master of contemporary fiction, Margaret Atwood is known both for her award-winning sci-fi and her female-focused fiction. This collection of short stories incorporates her alluring prose while telling the stories of 14 ordinary people.
Joseph Heller, Catch-22
This classic is one of the funniest, yet most poignant anti-war stories of our time. What is a Catch-22? You’ll have to read the book to find out.
You now have more than 400,000 books right at your fingertips. Talk about a reader’s dream come true.