The original Amazon Kindle is almost seven years old and the first iPad was released more than four years ago. Plenty of other e-readers and tablets have followed and the digital content marketplace is vibrant.
Somebody smarter (or more patient about wading through data) than I am could probably figure out how far along this bifurcation is already, but Amazon is doing its very best to build a body of content that is desirable and available from nobody...
A closer look at the relationship between best-selling ebooks and TV and film adaptations, subscription ebooks redefine publisher, reassessing Barnes & Noble's prospects, Amazon looks to the Netherlands, Perseus takes sales team global and more.
The Guardian Crowdsourced editing: e-publishing's next frontier The Guardian Publishing is an increasingly crowded field. This summer Paul Kingsnorth's The Wake became the first crowdfunded book to make it, via Unbound, on to the Booker longlist.
Choosing the Best Self-Publishing Service for Your Book Huffington Post UK What to do if you're not JK Rowling, you don't have a big publishing house to promote you but you're determined to make your book a success?
Publishing in the Future or the Rise of Independent Authors Huffington Post UK Publishing of tomorrow will be different due to the rise of independent authors, who write and publish their books in more formats, for more audiences and through more...
Kobo Promises to Solve eBook Backup Bug Good E-Reader (blog) eBook security is quickly becoming a contentious issue, as evident in the Barnes and Noble decision to remove the ability to backup your paid content on your PC.
Why complaining about Amazon might be the wrong approach for authors, an inside look at the state of children's publishing, six steps to connecting with readers, reevaluating Amazon Prime's customer base, Google's mobile e-commerce push in India...
A cursory glance at the statistics for the US ebook market will tell you most people are sticking with paper, and there’s a good reason for that. As the following infographic will show you, paper books fill many uses which ebooks cannot.
New York Times Steal This E-Book New York Times I've recently been buying physical copies of books and then illegally downloading electronic versions of the same books, so I can read them on my Kindle when it's more convenient.