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'Publishing Wants to Cash In on BookTok. Creators Say No' by CT Jones

CT Jones writes the following for Rolling Stone:

No one saw BookTok coming. The TikTok community dedicated to readers was an organic effort that seemed to explode overnight, creating trends and an entirely new way to promote books on digital platforms. Less than two years after its creation, BookTok has been credited for directly increasing print sales across the United States, leaving publishers desperate to utilize BookTok’s energy for new releases. But a wave of creators say a new feature between TikTok and conglomerate Penguin Random House doesn’t celebrate BookTok—it’s a first attempt to exploit it. 

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