It’s a big time around our office as we mark one year since launching our book subscription service. But we’re not just celebrating our year. Scribd wouldn’t be anything without you, dear readers. And frankly, you all have blown us away. Over the past year, you’ve collectively spent more than 17.6 million hours reading more than a billion (with a b) pages. Read more
This Mother’s Day, we want to celebrate all of our Scribd readers who are mothers and all the mothers who are readers. So we asked four of our Scribd moms to share what they’re reading, why they love to read, and what they’re doing this Mother’s Day. Read more
In celebration of Mother’s Day, we’re welcoming the Bay Area writing group, Write on Mamas, to Scribd. We’ll have 6 writers in our office. They’ll be here talking about how writing informs their parenting and how parenting informs their writing.
Fans and members of the San Francisco reading and writing community are invited to join us for a free, intimate event with these writers. Read more
But no Halloween would be complete without reading a few haunting tales, so the spookologists on Scribd’s Editorial Staff a put together a collection of stories so spine-chilling you’ll be sleeping with the lights on well into November. Read more
Earlier this week, we shared the story of longtime Scribd author, Hyla Molander’s journey to market and publish a book using Kickstarter.
Today, we present an interview with her that goes into her background using Scribd, thoughts on self-publishing and the extremely personal story that is the foundation of her forthcoming memoir, Drop Dead Life. Read more
For the past few years — almost since the beginning, author and writer Hyla Molander has been utilizing the features and power of Scribd.
Over the past few weeks, we’ve discussed the often difficult and tumultuous world of digital publishing. Read more
Today, mere blocks away from Scribd headquarters, the celebration was already beginning in the shadows of the beautifully gilded San Francisco City Hall.
This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down two landmark rulings with major implications in the fight for equality among same-sex couples. Read more
Getting noticed in publishing is a fine and curious blend of self-marketing and a relentless worth ethic. Today, even with a proliferation of mobile devices and an explosion of publishing services, it is still incredibly difficult for an author to deliver their crafted pieces to a wide audience. Read more