Column by Jay Wilburn
There are hundreds of places you can publish original work, but most of it is going on Amazon. Here are some alternatives for authors and readers to consider.
Column by Peter Derk
You're not getting the best from your eReader. Yet...
Column by Peter Derk July 21, 2017
When it comes to selling books, it's good to be a whore. Just don't be a CHEAP whore.
Column by Christopher Shultz May 15, 2017
The ups and downs of Amazon, not so smart Smart Keyboards, and a spacey means of reining in app addiction.
Column by Christopher Shultz
Explore new ways of reading digital content and building better habits.
Column by Peter Derk February 23, 2017
It's time to go full curmudgeon.
Column by Christopher Shultz
November's almost over, and Christmas is already beating you over the head with a candy cane. Are you ready, writers?
Column by Bart Bishop November 7, 2016
A look at the author's inability to focus on novels these days, and how Nicholas Carr's "Is Google Making Us Stupid?" predicted all this in 2008.
News by Peter Derk April 13, 2016
Info about the new Kindle has leaked. 20 months of battery life? Waterproof? The ultimate "me time" device?
Column by Peter Derk February 19, 2016
Pimp dinos, astronaut dinos, and other things non-dino: the weirdest Kindle erotica.
News by Peter Derk
Amazon adds super social sharing options to its Kindle for Android app.
News by Peter Derk February 6, 2015
Kindle Convert is the app that opens the joy of page-by-page scanning to all readers.
Column by Naturi Thomas-Millard February 18, 2014
eReaders isolate us, impoverish our lives, and are like going on a date with Dan Brown. Allow me to explain...
News by Dean Fetzer December 27, 2013
A supplier in Taiwan may well have leaked news of Amazon’s new device after taking orders for components that would tie Kindle — and other functionality — directly into your phone.
Interview by Cath Murphy December 6, 2013
Although Amazon sometimes gives the impression it's staffed by robots, real people do work there. Publishing industry veteran Sara Nelson is one of them.
News by Dean Fetzer October 31, 2013
The publishing arm of the retail giant has just launched a new weekly digital publication aimed at U.S. Customers that is “dedicated to short fiction and poetry”.
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 Christopher Shultz June 6, 2013
Seemingly oblivious to their widespread dislike, the online retail giant hopes to form a beneficial partnership with the little guys.
News by Dean Fetzer May 3, 2013
In a bid to make their tablets more commercially viable, Barnes & Noble have taken the step of adding access to hundreds of thousands of apps, games, movies, TV shows and more through Google Play.
News by Dean Fetzer March 8, 2013
Amazon has a problem with self-publishers producing pornography for distribution via Kindle — apparently it’s pretty easy.
News by Dean Fetzer January 17, 2013
A new study from NextMarket Insights indicates last generation eReaders are being passed on to other family members when a person upgrades.
News by Dean Fetzer November 9, 2012
A new app for IOS and Android allows DRM’d files to be read on devices other than Kindle or Nooks - with the prospect of more to come.
News by Dean Fetzer November 8, 2012
Now you Can Get Your DC Comics Fix on Your eReader - as long it’s via Apple, Amazon or Barnes and Noble
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 Rob Hart September 20, 2012
Wal-Mart will no longer carry Kindle devices. They didn't say why, but the writing is on the wall--supporting the Kindle is tantamount to supporting the enemy.