All-you-can-read subscription ebook service Scribd has received an overhaul with new smart discovery features that should help you browse for new content to read. The new look launches today on the Web and is coming to ...
Apple is starting to take audiobooks very seriously. In the past, if you wanted to buy one, you had to find a hidden section in the iTunes store and then open up the music app to listen to them. Things have gotten more intuitive with 8.4 firmware update for the iPhone and iPad.
The iBooks app has received a dramatic upgrade if you are a fan of audiobooks. All of your audiobook purchases are now stored alongside all of your e-books and PDF files. You can sort the audio editions from written content by clicking on the main sorting menu. If you fancy buying or browsing a new title you can click on the store option and there is a brand new audiobook section, within the iBookstore.
From GoodEreader: Barnes and Noble has been working on a massive upgrade to their website for the last two years. The new design gives us a sense on what the bookseller is hoping to sell more of, which are lifestyle products,...
It's that time again. Every couple years some outsider comes up with the brilliant idea of reinventing ebooks. If it's not Vook, it's Atavist. If it's not Inkling, it's Colliloquy. If it's not Byliner, it's Atavist.
By Dennis Abrams With last week’s announcement of the reestablishment of diplomatic ties between the United and States and Cuba, it’s nice to know that literary ties between the two nations are being reestablished as well…
In the nearly 30 years since Delcourt started publishing comics, the Paris-based imprint has become the third-largest comic publisher in France, a country with 1/5th the population of United States' but more than half the comic sales.
Remember the “info snacking” phrase that was somewhat buzzworthy several years ago? The thinking was that everyone was too focused on reading short bursts of content and soon no one would have the attention span to read an entire book....
With the book destroying itself in 60 days one has to finish reading the book long before that. Most people buy books and then put them in the shelves. That will not do. Site airing book on empowerment of women and men agrees.
I've gone all in with the Indie publishing movement – I’ve released three books myself and I’ve done relatively well with all of them. But the fact still remains that the entire business of books is stacked against the Indie author.
Sales of print books for the first six months of 2015 were running just about even with the same period in 2014 at outlets that report to Nielsen BookScan. Units inched up 0.3% in the period, to more than 286 million.
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