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Published within 72 hours of the jury beginning deliberations, KILLER GIRLFRIEND: The Jodi Arias Story, from Waterfront Digital Press in partnership with Vook, exposes the inside story of this dramatic case. Veteran Associated Press journalists Brian Skoloff and Josh Hoffner use their combined decades of reporting, writing and editing experience to author a book that ushers in a new era in the true crime genre, one of instantaneous publication to feed the immediate appetites of those wanting to read about the case now, and not months from now.

It is a brilliantly crafted, page-turning adventure that brings out in riveting detail a highly anticipated account of murder and the American justice system. It is the first comprehensive book about the Jodi Arias saga and its many twists and turns.

Killer Girlfriend: The Jodi Arias Story is the first definitive and comprehensive account to be published on the entire case, offering a look behind the scenes inside the courtroom throughout the four-month trial. The book also delves deeply into the lives of both Jodi Arias and Travis Alexander as the authors take readers on a journey not only through their stormy relationship and the ensuing killing, but into their upbringings and the struggles and triumphs each experienced over the years.

  As most of the news coverage has focused on daily happenings throughout the trial, this book compiles the entire account into one page-turning tale that allows the reader to better understand the lives and relationship of Travis and Jodi in much greater detail than anything previously reported.

  "We believe that this is the first time in book publishing history that a fully edited book has been published so quickly after a trial," Waterfront Digital Press founder William Gladstone said.

"It was important to us as the publisher to make sure this book was available digitally to all audiences," Waterfront Publisher Jack Jennings stated. "We will have a print version as well, but our focus was on getting the book edited and published for digital release first. With Vook as our digital distribution partner, we are talking hours. With traditional bookstores and print editions we would have needed weeks. For a book as riveting and topical as KILLER GIRLFRIEND, weeks would have seemed like months to the hundreds of thousands of people who have been following this trial online and through social media."

Waterfront Digital Press, https://waterfrontdigitalpress.com, is owned by Waterside Production, Inc, a company with over 10,000 agented books. Waterfront Digital is designed to aid authors in taking control of their work and provide a cost-effective means for authors to build an international audience.

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Matt Cavnar, VP of Business Development for Vook, http://vook.com/, stated, "We are delighted to be the primary distribution partner and technology provider for KILLER GIRLFRIEND. We learned when we released the instant book on the Mitt Romney election loss that for books that have large online audiences, hours matter. The public will be interested in the Jodi Arias story months from now, but the hardcore followers of the trial want instant analysis they can trust. KILLER GIRLFRIEND is a book that will be established as the definitive account and not just an instant classic of the trial."

Founded in 2009, Vook has created an innovative technology platform that allows content holders to create great ebooks, add video, audio and images, publish the ebooks to their own Web page and to the major e-retailers, and track their sales. Vook provides a turnkey solution for content strategy, including editorial, marketing and distribution services and has worked with a range of partners, including The New York Times, NBC, Simon & Schuster, Google, American Express Publishing, and Newsweek Daily Beast. For more information, please visit http://vook.com or contact Allison@vook.com.

The authors are AP journalists who have decades of combined experience covering major news events around the country over the last 15 years. Skoloff covered the complex trial of Jodi Arias, while Hoffner served as his editor. They live and work for the AP in Phoenix, Arizona.

This eBook features embedded, interactive WeJIT technology, developed by Democrasoft, which enables readers to connect with the authors, other readers and even potential readers, directly from within the eBook. In the case of Killer Girlfriend, the WeJIT provides a built-in forum where participants can discuss the Arias trial and developing story with others who share their interest. WeJIT interactive discussions can also be shared beyond the eBook with others anywhere in the world who may not yet own the book but would like to participate in the discussion. Any WeJIT link can be shared via email, Facebook, Twitter, and other sharing methods built into all WeJITs.

According to Democrasoft CEO Richard Lang, "We believe that the Killer Girlfriend WeJIT marks the very first time the general public has been invited to participate in a discussion about a criminal trial from within an e-book. It's a level of real-time interactivity between e-book readers, the authors and the general public that works across multiple platforms and provides a new level of collaboration that is not available in any other way."

About Democrasoft:
Democrasoft is an innovation and licensing company with a history of pioneering technology. It is the creator of the Collaborize platform and Collaborize Classroom (www.CollaborizeClassroom.com), the multi-award-winning blended-learning platform for grades K-20. It is also the creator of patented and award-winning WeJIT (www.MyWeJIT.com), a new model for self-contained, topic-based online collaboration that stretches across various platforms and communities. For more information, please visit www.Democrasoft.com.

With a foreword from Wild About Trial Founder, Alison Triessl, KILLER GIRLFRIEND is available now from Kindle, Amazon and iBooks, and will shortly be available for purchase via Barnes & Noble’s Nook, Kobo, Sony, Samsung, Google Play and other digital retailers.

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