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Can eBook Subscription Services Evolve?

Amazon Kindle Unlimited, Entitle, Oyster and Scribd all have e-book subscription models that allow you to read as many titles you want, for a low monthly price....

Major Publishers Not Listening to Authors

The dream for many aspiring writers is to be picked up by a major publisher. This is often seen as the key to international distribution and being able to attai...

Is Digital Publishing Broken?

It's been eight long years since Amazon rocked the reading world with the introduction of the Kindle. It was certainly not the first e-reader device on the mark...

Is Digital Making Us Dumber?

Since the most recent advent of digital reading and ebook proliferation, the techno format has been blamed for a drop in reading comprehension scores among grad...

Apple has failed the e-Book reader

Apple has quickly become a major player in the smartphone and tablet business. Their devices are everywhere and their constant marketing campaigns always genera...

People are Losing their Trust in e-books

The primary benefit of a print book is the clear path of ownership. Once you procure it from your favorite online or brick and motor store, its yours. There is ...

Right wing bigots ruin Hugo Awards

Imagine working your tail off to become a writer, to hone your craft, to connect with audiences who clamor for your work, then let your mind be transported to t...

The Author Bullying Saga Just Got Real

Authors have existed pretty much since the dawn of the written word and, without a doubt, someone became a critic shortly after that. Unfortunately, whether the...

When Will Publishers Learn?

Goodreads have just published a blog piece that makes a bold but entirely reasonable point about how people buy books - consumers do not buy books directly from...