Free ebooks available for free in Germany as part of a drive to promote the release of German authors on UK ebook platforms.

The free ebook format, which was introduced in 2018, is a form of e-book publishing that was originally designed to help authors create ebooks on their own, as a means to encourage them to sell them to publishers.

Now, authors can get their books published in Germany without having to make a hard-fought negotiation with publishers.

German publisher Schottenfeld Media has launched a drive for authors to publish their works on digital platforms.

The company aims to get a number of authors to sign up, including British and American authors.

German publishers are expected to release more than 200,000 titles on their e-books platforms this year, up from just over 100,000 in 2017.

They’re also offering an online store where authors can sell their books on the company’s platform, with a list of books available for purchase on their site.

Schottenfeld’s initiative will help to promote authors, with the aim of getting them to sign-up to the platform.

The publisher has also launched a campaign aimed at reaching out to publishers to ensure they get the right book, and to promote their titles to German audiences.

“We want to be sure that the German book market is a destination for German authors.

We believe in publishing quality and we want to ensure that we provide this for our German audience,” Schottenstein said in a statement.”

Schottenstein will be working with publishers to offer authors the right platform for their books to be published in German.”

The company is aiming to reach out to more than 500 publishers, with publishers expected to make up around 30 percent of its audience.

The aim is to attract authors from around the world to signup to Schottenstedt’s platform.

Publishers have been asked to submit a list for each author, with authors on the list to be asked to sign a non-disclosure agreement that protects their identity and will be shared with the authors.

The company said that the aim is that by the end of 2018, it expects to have 500,000 authors signed up, with Schottentd’s platform having the ability to sign authors from across the globe.

Schottedfeld Media’s strategy is similar to that of several publishers that have announced new strategies to reach readers and boost sales of their titles.