By: Los Angeles Times
The Los Angeles Times today makes its entry into the e-book marketplace with the release of “A Nightmare Made Real,” an expanded version of staff writer Christopher Goffard’s gripping account of a man accused of unspeakable acts, facing a lifetime behind bars. The original two-part series was one of The Times most-read stories of the year.
“As a content company, we are enthusiastic about harnessing new mediums and business models that expand the reach of our unique storytelling,” said Times President Kathy Thomson. “The immediacy of e-book publishing allows us to easily adapt Times coverage to a convenient reader experience that’s being heavily embraced.”