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Welcome to Soltype

At Soltype, we are rewriting how stories are told, shared, and experienced.

We love storytelling. We think it’s one of the most powerful tools in the world. A good story can re-connect us to our sense of wonder and change our inner worlds.
Storytelling is in everything we read. From books, poems, and news, to articles and essays, a writer is always telling a story. And with more options than ever for sharing written works, stories are boundless.
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But there’s a problem.
The current options for storytelling struggle to combine fair revenue streams for writers with genuine connections between readers and writers.
On top of that, current storytelling options are missing something special…

We believe writers should have complete ownership and control over their written works and the freedom to monetize them when and how they like. 💪

We believe readers should have a way to connect with the writers and readers of the stories they love. 🧑‍🤝‍🧑

And finally, we believe the way stories are told and read online could be more exciting, interactive, and immersive - don’t you? ✨

The literary industry needs an edit, with writers and readers as main characters.

With Soltype, writers and readers become closer than ever, intertwined by the beauty of storytelling.
(Credit: Rebecca Hendin)
For writers, Soltype allows the creation of vibrant worlds for every story (Storyworlds), new revenue streams, and intimate, dynamic relationships with readers.
With Soltype, readers can discover written works without barriers and explore Storyworlds for a fully immersive and collaborative reading experience.
And for buyers, Soltype offers the possibility to invest in literature and fund the stories of writers they love.
We’re building all of this with a community of writers and readers by our side. We have a lot of things in the works and so much left to uncover. We hope you’ll join us on this journey 🧡
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At Soltype, we are rewriting how stories are told, shared, and experienced.
The literary industry needs an edit, with writers and readers as main characters.