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How Hill House publishers plan to revive book industry, boost sales

How Hill House publishers plan to revive book industry, boost sales

The Hill publisher Cacho Publishing House said Tuesday that it will launch a new imprint to bring back the traditional paperback book business to the United States and expand sales to new markets.

The imprint will be called Hill House Publishers, and it will bring back traditional books, the publisher said.

It plans to print at least 500,000 books a year, Cacho said.

Cacho is the second publisher to make this move in the past few months.

Earlier this month, the publishing house bought a company called BookMountain, which it plans to open a publishing house called BookTropes.

Cacho also owns the digital publishing company BookBiz, which was acquired by Amazon in February.

The Hill House will take on that role, Caco said.

In March, the Hill House also announced plans to buy a publishing company called Digital Publishing House.

That deal also closed on Tuesday.