Press Release

Ex Mossad Spy and #1 New York Times bestselling author launches website for writers. revolutionizes the publishing industry putting the power in the hands of the authors. No more rejections let the readers be the judge.

July 28, 2010 (Scottsdale, Ariz.) – uses state of the art technology to build a unique and free platform for writers to create, edit, publish and sell their books in one seamless process.

The new website offers members (membership is free) a complete set of tools letting writers log on to their book from any computer in the world with an internet connection and write. The built in word processor compliments writing alone, collaboration or co-authoring regardless of geographical boundaries. The program supports multiple story lines and exclusive applications for creating a cast of characters, storing author's notes and chapter outlines and more.

The website has a built in social network, forums and, professional assistance.

Once a book is ready for print, provides a built in cover design wizard and printing at a push of a button directly from the site. There are no set up fees or royalty sharing. The author retains 100% copyright and can order as little as a single copy. TheBookPatch printing price is unparalleled and declines with every additional copy even if ordered one at a time. Authors can update and make changes to their books with no additional charges and retain the previous editions discounts. An average book price for a 200 page book with a full color cover will run between $5.50 and $16 on the average. TheBookPatch also offers an online book store where authors can sell their books and collect the profit while TheBookPatch retains only the printing cost.

"By making the website free to use I want to encourage educators to take advantage of this great tool for their students in this time of economic crunch." Victor Ostrovsky CEO

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About TheBookPatch: went off the Beta version July 2010 and already boasts more than 500 book projects in writing mostly from the U.S. but others from as far away as Australia, Saudi Arabia and more. is about to release a Business version and one for screen writers both will also be free to use.

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Victor Ostrovsky