HarperCollins Partners with Scribd to Launch Veronica Roth’s ‘The Fates Divide.’

Scribd is the only reading subscription service to receive the ebook on launch day. 

After a longstanding relationship with Scribd, the premier reading subscription service that brings books, audiobooks, and magazines to subscribers, publisher HarperCollins has released The Fates Divide, the second book in bestselling author Veronica Roth’s Carve the Mark series, as a day-one release in ebook and audiobook format on the platform. Scribd is the only digital subscription service to have the ebook on the day of launch, and the only unlimited audiobook service to carry the title.

“HarperCollins has always been one of our most innovative partners, and we’re thrilled that we will be working together for a same-day launch in one of their leading franchises,” said Trip Adler, co-founder and CEO at Scribd.

In 2013, HarperCollins was the first “Big Five” publisher to offer its backlist ebook catalog on Scribd. In 2017, HarperCollins began offering select frontlist titles to Scribd, and that success has paved the way for the Carve the Mark promotion.  

“We’re confident that Scribd’s subscription model is an excellent retail platform on which to launch new titles and generate buzz for a huge release such as The Fates Divide,” said Adam Silverman, Senior Director, Digital Business Development at HarperCollins. “Over the five years we’ve worked with Scribd, we’ve seen increasing value in providing our books on the service — their wonderful recommendation engine and merchandising efforts are hard to beat — and we’re excited to work with Scribd to promote even more of our best books in the future as our partnership continues to grow.”

Veronica Roth’s new book, The Fates Divide, is available on Scribd now, in addition to Carve the Mark, and millions of books, audiobooks, news and magazines, and documents, all for $9 a month.