As figures for 2019 in the book industry continue to come in, we ask what our relationship with data should be, and ask why publishers are pulling their titles from Storytel.
Audio platforms continue to expand, record numbers of ebooks and audiobooks are downloaded from libraries through Overdrive
The Audible Captions dispute is close to a resolution, which is more than can be said about the controversy engulfing the Romance Writers of America.
Rakuten sells Overdrive to the same equity firm that bought audiobook platform RB Media, and Romance Writers of America implodes.
A look back at 2019's self-publishing news: libraries, audiobooks, global markets, and an existential question: what is reading?
Kobo turns 10, new projects look to improve literacy, and we look at what Brexit might mean for indies.
Amazon and Storytel's different approaches to international markets & the US Patent Office wants your thoughts on the rights of artificial intelligence.
Data Guy keynotes at Futurebook 2019, Dean R Koontz's deal with Amazon, Amazon's new store layout, and the death of the long tail
Libraries tell readers it's publishers' fault they can't borrow books, and Amazon seem to be ignoring their own rules about titles.
It's now possible to publish audiobooks direct through your Kobo Writing Life dashboard, and Wattpad launch new opportunities in Brazil.
A new text to speech tool enables you to write a podcast in your own voice, Audible UK profits double & Poland cuts sales tax on ebooks.
Writers launch a lawsuit against Cengage for changing their royalty terms and publishers doing likewise to block the launch of Audible captions.