Frankfurt Book Fair
Introduction a world novelty, or a new way to tell stories. Dobriana Rabadzhieva is open to suggestions. The largest and most important book fair in the world celebrates its 60th anniversary since its founding in 1949. There were at that time still 200 German publishers who introduced 10,000 titles, total around 390,000 new releases present on this year’s anniversary fair over 7000 exhibitors from all over the world. All of these books aim a single sperm right. Over the counters of booksellers and online shops directly into an egg from the consumers, say their brain to. Then read the books, whether in printed form or as an ebook, and arise in our minds with the help of the subconscious mind, our memories and fantasy images associated with the history of. Reading is like cinema in the head”, not free according to various reports.
The reading of books accompanied us since the invention of the printing press more than 550 years ago. Why should they change anything to this recipe for success? It joined other questions… How can this experience in mind yet be increased? What if there is a book outside its pages printed? What if a book is so real that is no longer to distinguish it from the reality? What if a book lives? And especially, how should a living book look for? The random and the pursuit came to help as so often uniqueness. The entry was through picture stories and snippets of video and the dissatisfaction with the achievements. Finally began writing down the story and the draft of a screenplay. The Requirieren of actors took several weeks, the shooting and the production phase of the additional content lasted several months. After more than 3 years, the first LivingLibro, the fusion of a book made from paper with content from the Internet, was born, mind you, without any restrictions for the enjoyment of reading without the Internet, yet inextricably linked to the history. More information about the first LivingLibro on the planet, a sample chapter and teaser trailer available at to the Available. Review copies can be ordered through the Shaker-Verlag (www.shaker-media.de). LivingLibro Markus Lappat email: