DigitalKu first began traditional publishing in 1988 with a series of short stories, novellas, and limited run novels. It evolved with technology to blend traditional publishing methods with new technologies.
In 1998, DigitalKu began web publishing, in addition to design and advertising projects from its base in America. Since then it has expanded to Japan and China, where it has added translation services to its portfolio.
With the opening of China's publishing market to the world, DigitalKu has established itself as one of the first foreign publishers based in the country's Northeastern region.
Having several novels in international distribution and more on the way, DigitalKu is following its goal to release multi-lingual versions of its books concurrently in English, Japanese, and Mandarin Chinese.
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Faith From Fujisawa
A deep and spiritually revealing series of articles about Christian wisdoms and beliefs, with a focus on understanding scriptural meanings. The first in series by Pastor John Stemmons, from the Amazing Grace Bible Church in Fujisawa, Japan.
Princess Pea and the Hunt for the Golden Tickle Belly
An original fable set in a land of make-believe, where a young girl challenges an evil queen for the freedom of her kingdom. For this book, author and artist Xuemei Han trades her traditional use of colorful illustrations for pure text, drawing pictures instead with written words. This is her first novel and the start of her Princess Pea fantasy series.
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