A new feature further integrates Goodreads with the Amazon ecosystem, UK publishers react to Amazon’s power, Book Expo America hosts start-up pitch contest and much more.
A back-list title makes it onto this week’s rankings, Amazon offers self-published authors real-time sales reporting, Apple gets good marks for antitrust compliance, Hachette’s newest editor and more.
Small publishers in Britain successfully promoting e-reading, Random House Children’s group pares UK staff, Donna Tartt’s Pulitzer win and much more.
What the keynote speaker said about Amazon, ebooks in the U.S. vs. the UK, a new book marketing firm and much more.
Liberty’s divestment of Barnes & Noble stock and what it means, the company’s new board director, the bad habits of book buyers, where is Jeff Bezos and more!
One content pricing consultant’s analysis, taking the tally of best-selling ebooks, estimating Kindle ebook sales, Hachette appoints a new executive editor and more.
Mixed sales figures as ebook growth slows, a new title gives the Divergent series a run for its money on this week’s ebook best-seller list, publishers’ April Fools pranks and much more.
The case for more information sharing, forecasting ebooks’ decline, four questions to ask before self-publishing, a best-selling author’s publisher loyalty and more.
DropBox buys Readmill, IPR License launches a global licensing platform, Apple’s potential legal penalties triple, Kobo’s stay of execution in Canadian court and more.
Verso Books gets into e-commerce and print-and-ebook bundling in one fell swoop, kids can start reviewing books on Biblionasium, Kobo enlarges its children’s offering and much more.
The world’s biggest publisher’s formidable 2013 figures, Barnes & Noble’s Nook options, what ebook readers are reading, publishers’ recent marketing blunders and more.
The Divergent series keeps dominating the ebook best-seller list, consumers get their price-fixing settlement cash, making sense of the case against Apple, Byliner’s new subscription service and more.
Apple’s growing share of the ebook retail market, a potential ebook price hike in the UK, innovative narrative children’s content, Open Road hires an advisor for author brands and more.
Tapping into China’s e-reading potential, HTML and the future of ebook production, getting the most value out of freelance work, beer in bookstores and much more.
Revenues slump at Scholastic, rethinking the value of imprints, asking the right questions about ebook subscription services, prospects for an Amazon phone and more.
How publishers can spread the word about recent accomplishments, Hillary Clinton’s advice for fellow authors, renewing patience for an overdue update to of U.S. copyright law and much more.
Veronica Roth’s Divergent series is mimicking The Hunger Games. The trilogy has continued to lead the ebook best-seller list all year. And in a first this week, it swept all top three spots. The first Divergent movie, due out March …
Canadian publishers embrace ebooks, Open Road loses its court case with HarperCollins, prepping content for ebook production, new leadership at the Author’s Guild and much more.
Planning for the future of book apps, two cutting-edge production workflows, analyzing Harlequin’s experience, UK kids sticking with print books and more.
A closer look at who uses libraries and how, Amazon’s Prime price hike, Microsoft paves the way for a post-Nook future, OverDrive gains Pearson e-textbooks and more.
Hachette’s increasing digital revenues, a new head at Hyperion, Amazon Publishing moves into Germany, a children’s app developer expands and more.
No self-published ebooks in sight as average prices climb on this week’s best-seller list, solid revenues at Wiley, rethinking old literary habits for the digital age and much more.
Debating who can lay claim to the term, a closer look at Hugh Howey’s self-publishing advocacy, making pricing decisions, analyzing Amazon’s ebook dominance and more.
Rooster’s new approach to reading, Barnes & Noble trims Nook’s budget, self-published ebooks’ growing market share, college students resisting e-textbooks and more.
Why discounting hardcovers hurts paperbacks, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s extraordinary year, production tips for ebook developers, a closer look at Amazon’s Whispersync app and much more.
Rethinking publishers’ business approach, Readfy’s new free “Spotify for ebooks” model, slumping revenues at Harlequin, libraries ramp up on ebook purchases and more.
Veronica Roth keeps dominating, new executives at two publishers, expanding opportunities in adaptive learning, Vook’s latest acquisition and much more.
Simon & Schuster’s new venture in back-list marketing, hard times for Canada’s niche booksellers, Ingram an buys e-textbook provider, BookBaby gives authors direct-to-consumer retail tools and more.
Amplify’s new digital curriculum, Scholastic appoints an executive in charge of reader “experience,” a video game bundler gets into ebooks, a tale of two Barnes & Nobles and more.
Audible’s new royalty policy, BookBaby’s move into direct-to-consumer retail, Adobe streamlines, Harlequin launches a reading app and much more.
Barnes & Noble struggles to stop the hemorrhaging at Nook, the latest techniques in ebook typography, Apple stands its ground, Macmillan opens its full ebook catalog to libraries and more.
Amazon’s slide down the best-seller list, unexpected frontiers for ebook subscription services, one indie author’s success story with traditional publishing, authors’ name-baiting antics on the Web and much more.
Vook’s recent acquisition and the arms race among indie publishing platforms, the inside scoop on the newly launched 250 Words, Apple’s latest litigation maneuver, e-reading on the rise in schools in Kashmir and much more.