By Gerald Ainomugisha
At the age of 19, Melburnian Ash Davies founded Tablo in 2012, with the aim of shaking up the traditional publishing model, after struggling to get his own e-book published.
“A lot of people think that because publishing has gone digital, it’s simple. It’s still incredibly complicated and expensive though, and it’s even harder for an author to have their work discovered,” Davies tells Anthill.
He describes Tablo as “a place where you can create, share and discover new books: an online publishing community that allows authors to connect with readers while they write”.
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