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Story Times: Bookemon : Your world, your book

Story Times: Bookemon : Your world, your book

Many of us have a passion for writing and we do write, sometimes in a notebook, sometimes on a word document on a computer. These pieces of writing will someday be the most precious assets which will remind you of your amateur writings. So you should not waste or forget your precious efforts and memories, keep them always alive with Bookemon — a very handy website that lets you create an online book for free.

Bookemon is a cool website that allows anyone to preserve their creative writing, family histories, and illustrated stories in custom-created personalised books for free that can be shared and also have the option to purchase a printed version of it; all it needs is a sign up.




There are three simple steps: choose a template from the many wonderful templates given on the site.

If you have ideas running in your mind to write, you can start writing on a topic instantly; however, like I said earlier, if you have already written something, stories, memories, poetry, etc., in Word or PDF document, just upload the file, and it will automatically be inserted into the book you have chosen.

In other words, a student who is familiar with Word can write a “book” online — including images he/she took or ones they grabbed off the Web (that are copyright-friendly, of course); upload it to Bookemon; and within minutes have an online presentation that looks very much like a virtual book.

The third and final step is if you want you can share your book with your family and friends by sending the link through email or through Facebook.

And if you want you can order to have the printed version of it too!

According to the website creators, their aim is to empower everyone to create, collaborate, share and publish their life moments, stories, experiences and knowledge with friends and families in complete privacy. So all you little authors, it’s time you should save your written treasure!

http://www.bookemon.com/

Published in Dawn, Young World, January 23rd, 2015

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