News by Dean Fetzer December 12, 2012
Developed by an out of work video game developer, Ownshelf is the social network aimed at sharing eBooks.
News by Christopher Shultz
The publisher hopes to further tap the young adult goldmine with its latest electronic venture.
News by Christopher Shultz November 23, 2012
The venerable second-person narrative series finds new life on the tablet platform. Will these slick reissues stand up to the originals?
News by Dean Fetzer November 21, 2012
Aimed at book digitization, this amazingly fast robot takes two photos of every page!
Column by Rob Hart November 19, 2012
Last month, I hadn't really done anything to promote my novella. So this month, I worked a lot harder at it. And it helped. A little. I think?
News by Dean Fetzer
A new survey suggests that people in the US who borrow eBooks from libraries also buy books - suggesting publishers have got it wrong.
News by Dean Fetzer November 6, 2012
An erotic novel in a similar vein to 'Fifty Shades of Grey' has stormed the bestseller charts in its first week.
News by Dan Shewan November 1, 2012
Two of Shakespeare's most beloved plays go digital with the release of two new iPad apps.
News by Christopher Shultz October 23, 2012
The Txtr Beagle hopes to make a splash in the eBook community, but will the lack of features and the truth behind its low price steer consumers away?
News by Christopher Shultz October 18, 2012
With authors like Cory Doctorow, Neil Gaiman and John Scalzi in tow, the Humble eBook Bundle gives a'plenty and asks for little in return.
News by Dave Reuss
Amazon might be cutting you a check for $1.32 soon. Thank you, Amazon?
News by Dave Reuss October 15, 2012
To get you in the Halloween spirit, here's everything Edgar Allan Poe has ever written. For free.
News by Rob Hart October 10, 2012
Byliner, a publisher focused on original fiction and nonfiction written to be "read in a single sitting," has just released a digital-only novella by one of the masters of crime fiction.
News by Benoît Lelièvre October 10, 2012
A new eBook is proposing a new, revolutionary way to read and experience literature. "The Silent History" is the novel that makes you travel.
News by Rob Hart September 27, 2012
'The Casual Vacancy,' the new novel from J.K. Rowling, hits stores today--but the eBooks is priced at $17.99, causing quite a bit of consternation.
News by Benoît Lelièvre September 25, 2012
Award-winning crime fiction writer Marcus Sakey will give 100 percent of profits from an eBook to Team Julian Foundation, dedicated to fight pediatric cancer.
News by Rob Hart
Hachette will increase the price of eBooks it sells to library wholesalers--which probably means less eBooks available in libraries.
News by Kimberly Turner September 14, 2012
Harper Voyager, HarperCollins's sci-fi and fantasy imprint, will hold an open call for manuscripts to discover talented new authors from October 1-14. Are they looking for you?
Column by Rob Hart August 31, 2012
Pirating is illegal, yet it's become so mainstreamed that people do it without batting an eye. Pirates offer up plenty of reasons for why they do it--but none of those reasons hold water.
News by Rob Hart August 30, 2012
Three publishers named in the eBook price fixing lawsuits will settle for $69 million--money that will go back to eBook buyers in the form of refunds. Tiny, tiny refunds.
News by Rob Hart August 30, 2012
Amazon will make its eBooks available to sites like Kobo and Barnes & Noble. Meanwhile, Kobo will partner with indie bookstores to sell eBooks--will they succeed where Google failed?
News by John Jarzemsky August 13, 2012
Author Larry McMurtry is auctioning off nearly two thirds of his used and rare books collection housed in his Archer City business, Booked Up.
News by Kimberly Turner
A new Brooklyn-based bookstore is giving forgotten, out-of-print Sci-Fi books a second chance by tracking down their copyright holders and creating free or low-cost digital versions.
News by Kimberly Turner August 6, 2012
A new startup aims to provide authors and publishers with detailed information about readers' ebook habits, but could too much data analysis suck the creativity out of publishing?
News by Rob Hart July 24, 2012
The U.S. Department of Justice has been soliciting comments on its eBook price fixing lawsuit--and the agency has issued its response to said comments.