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M42 will be publishing three new books in 2016. It is uncertain if these books will be traditional printed book. The current plan is to migrate all future publication to Amazon Kindle and Apple eBooks. This will be determined by each manuscript and the market. Our goal is to be 100% cloud based in 2016 for all new publications.
M42 is also currently working to commercialize marketing through Facebook and Twitter. The plan to to solicit groups of contributors to construct Kindle and eBooks story by story. Upon constructing the entire book to accomplish the book specific goal, it will them be published and then marketed with all contributors sharing royalties.
The book currently slated for 2016 are:
- Outrunning the Devil – About the corruption in the natural products industry
- Skin Deep – A follow-on book from Chemical-Free Skin Health®
- Voiceless Messenger – The story of the love of a dog and how he teaches his friend to be in the moment.
In June of 2010, Orion Learning International, Inc., launched a new publishing arm simply named M42.
M42 recognizes that publishing goes far beyond books, DVD’s and CD’s to include all forms of media. This includes, eBooks, Kindle, flip-PDF’s as well as iTunes, Android and Mobile 7 formats. We will explore emerging Software that performs text to voice conversions. We seek Smartphone technology that supports the thoughts, feelings and images of creative individuals that facilitate creating collective music from non-musicians.
M42 is more than a working experiment although it is still an experiment. As the world of technology morphs, so will M42.
Named for the Orion Nebula (M42), it is a place in the universe where stars are born. Like the stars in the night sky, where these gaseous giants spawn new forms of life and creations, the mission of M42 is to provide the same fuel and spark for artists and authors. A place where stars are born.
M42 will publish between 12-24 new works a year and unlimited downloadable works of art from writers, artists, photographers and musicians. Believing the software is also an art form, we will begin to explore software titles in 2011.
Since beginning in July, we have five books in process.