By David S. Rosenstock/TechCrunch The Independent Booksellers’ Association has voted to endorse Amazon as the official publisher of the Independent Book Publishers Association’s (IBPA) catalog of independent book sellers.
The IBPA was established in 1999 as an organization that supports independent book retailers, which means the IBPA’s catalog will be sold to Amazon as part of its Prime Now subscription service.
The IBPA catalog is available for download on the IBPC website, and it lists the top 50 independent bookseller in the United States.
IBPC’s catalog includes book reviews and articles from leading independent book publishers.
The group has long been known for its progressive stance on books, but this endorsement is an important step toward a more progressive world.
It’s a huge step for a small independent bookstore that is not big enough to survive without the support of a big publisher.
IBPA president David Siegel said in a statement that the endorsement is “another example of how we’re bringing together a diverse group of independent bookstore owners to build a better bookstore.”IBPA president, David S., said the endorsement was a “positive step” toward a better world.
He said the group believes in the power of the independent bookstore to grow and to help create new ways of thinking about books.
The group is also working on a platform to provide a marketplace for book reviews that can be shared among other bookseller owners.IBPA’s president, Dave, said the IBPS catalog of books has been “critically and creatively critical of many of the dominant models of publishing in the U.S., and we are proud to be the publisher of that catalog.”
He added that IBPS is also the official distributor of the book “Titanic,” which is considered one of the best books in the history of the world.
The catalog will include reviews from the best independent book authors in the world and will include links to reviews and other books from the top independent book publishing companies, including Penguin Random House, HarperCollins, Random House Children’s, Simon & Schuster, Simon and Schuster Children’s Books, Simon.com, Harper Collins, St. Martin’s, Penguin, RandomHouse Children’s Classics, and others.