Over the years we have seen how technology has evolved and improved, where thanks to those improvements the way we do certain things has changed. Take for example how faster internet speeds and the rise in digital distribution platforms has resulted in gamers starting to purchase more digital games versus buying physical copies.

We have also seen how musicians have launched apps to promote their latest albums, which is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that author James Patterson has announced that for his upcoming novel, “The Chef”, he will be launching a preview of it via Facebook Messenger where fans and readers will be able to interact with the preview to get clues about the upcoming book.

According to Patterson, “Ten years ago, if you told me I’d see one of my novels come to life through scrolling chat bubbles, video and audio content, I would have laughed. But exploring new ways to connect with fans is important to me and Messenger’s experience for ‘The Chef’ not only makes the story more accessible to readers across new generations, but offers an enticing and thrilling read like never before.”

The book is currently set for a release on the 18th of February, 2019, but the preview should be live on the 30th of October.

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