News by Peter Derk March 13, 2014
Online eBook subscription service Scribd has released a state-to-state list of the most read eBooks.
Column by Christopher Shultz March 13, 2014
With the numerous self-publishing options available to authors, TowerBabel stands out with a few tricks up its sleeves.
Column by Robbie Blair February 26, 2014
Indie publishing has changed over the years, and is now a viable path to success. That said, it requires far more work (and especially non-writing work) than you may realize.
Interview by Erin Reel
Suzy Vitello — LitReactor instructor, editor, and author — answers ten more questions upon the release of her new YA novel, 'The Moment Before'.
News by Sean May
A new public library in San Antonio, TX has opened, but it has one big distinction: it stocks no paper books whatsoever.
News by Nathan Scalia
eBooks are reading the readers by collecting data over reading habits. How is this changing the writing landscape?
Column by Cath Murphy December 23, 2013
Tired of 2013? Step into my time machine, fast forward a year and find out what happened on the literary scene in 2014.
Podcast by Joshua Chaplinsky December 6, 2013
News by Christopher Shultz October 29, 2013
In a move sure to excite and annoy, Amazon to offer free/cheap eBook downloads of physical book purchases, plus direct access to GoodReads on the new Paperwhites.
News by Dean Fetzer October 14, 2013
In November, the fast food chain is pioneering a new distribution model by offering access to new eBooks from Dorling Kindersley’s Amazing World series.
News by Dean Fetzer October 8, 2013
San Francisco based startup Scribd is thinking beyond eReaders. Apparently Google Glass-like wearable tech is the next big thing.
News by Dean Fetzer October 7, 2013
"If you read all of the works above, you will have profound insight into most of what has driven the history of the western world."
News by Christopher Shultz
App developers gained access to HarperCollins OpenSource API in a competition to "break the binding" of traditional reading experiences.
News by Christopher Shultz September 9, 2013
For about ten bucks a month, you can access over 100,000 books via your iPhone. Sounds a lot like Netflix to me, but will it catch on?
News by Dean Fetzer August 30, 2013
In a hilarious turn of events, errors in an eBook version of a book by the ‘Game of Thrones’ author have caused his name to be substituted in hilarious ways.
News by Christopher Shultz August 8, 2013
For a limited time, you can download—for dirt cheap!—memoirs from fans and Doctor Who producers, episode guids and compendiums. If you're a Whovian, this is pretty cool.
News by Christopher Shultz August 5, 2013
'Freebook Sifter' cuts out all those expensive eBooks and gives you what you want—the freebies!
Column by Erik Wecks August 5, 2013
Today, eBooks have created more opportunities for indie authors than ever before, but it is one thing to publish an eBook. It's another to make it sell.
News by Christopher Shultz July 30, 2013
Local librarians are soothing the aches of modern air travel with the joy of reading.
News by Dean Fetzer
Penguin has just announced a new way for self-published authors to sell their books — via a new store set up on the company’s online community website.
News by Dean Fetzer
In honor of Franz Kafka’s birthday, Schocken Press has re-released five of the author’s letters exclusively as eBooks.
News by Dean Fetzer July 5, 2013
In another new application, the retail giant has been awarded a patent aimed at enhancing your reading experience with “personalized content”.
News by Dean Fetzer June 28, 2013
A newish, stripped down site with no advertising, author names or other details that showcase the content of a book - just a sample chapter to help make your mind up.
News by Dean Fetzer
Amazon’s publishing venture gets its first million-copy seller with the popular three-volume series.