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Are young people demanding new ways in which books are published?

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Are young people demanding new ways in which books are published? Story books have always been a useful tool to learn a language as the benefits of reading a book include increasing the range of vocabulary and being entertained. However, in my case, I find most story books less entertaining than computer games. This means only a small portion of books would keep me entertained. After many years of experience, I have discovered myths, legends and stories which are related to Japanese; Chinese or Egyptian deities are the ones which I am most interested in. Perhaps this is because I am unfamiliar with gods from these cultures and I believe humans are always interested in unknowns or supernatural objects. ...read more.


Not only do publishers and authors are able to find new ways of earning money, but the benefit as well. This is because when a person sees a picture, they may find it much easier to imagine the situation. The best real life example of this happening would probably be the Harry Potter series. At first glance, this book was based on an idea which is quite popular, but the book, in my opinion, is one of the most successful books ever written. This can be seen from J. K .Rowling's enormous amount of wealth. This book managed to be sold world wide and translated in more than 20 languages, simply because it kept young people interested, it found out the true demand for the ways books are published. ...read more.


In other words, computer games are interactive books full of computer generated 3-dimensional graphics and sounds. To conclude, I think that readers today are demanding new ways of publishing books. Firstly, more and more books are being made into computer games and movies, for example Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings, as by doing this, more and more people will buy products related to the book and eventually, the book will be popular as well. Lastly, high-tech equipment are causing consumers to have a change in demand for books, which causes a change in role, i.e. not only do they want to see, but they also want to feel and hear. ...read more.

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