No decision on how London Book Fair will go ahead, more price fixing claims against Amazon; and Maryland libraries win first step in ebook case.
Wattpad Brand Originals pairs up brands and writers, Society of Authors conducts a contribution publishing survey, and questions continue over whether libraries cannibalize ebook sales.
Facebook launches self-publishing platform to pay content providers. Substack accused of lack of transparency over advances.
Amazon will not supply books it publishes to libraries, Scribd Audio offers $9.99 a month audiobook subscription.
As digital creators make millions from NFTs (non-fungible tokens) what opportunities are there for writers? And Frankfurt invites exhibitors to sign up.
Twitter's new super followers offers newsletters and other revenue opportunities. Overdrive CEO looks at future of ebook lending.
Audiblegate and Storytel have changed the audiobook landscape and what Facebook's Australian news ban means
The subscription model might be changing the industry in ways we hadn't thought, Amazon ebook antitrust case latest.
Findaway Voices offers royalty bonus to authors leaving ACX exclusivity and Draft2Digital offers royalty splitting.
Social reading apps continue to expand as Literati raises $40m. Writers & writers' groups respond to Audible's new terms.
Brexit has been on the Brit's lips for the last few years, whether you agree with leaving the EU or not, I'm sure relieved it won't be in the news much more. But before we depart the topic, we must first study the implications for authors. Today, Alliance of Independent Authors news editor, Dan Holloway is here to explain exactly what the impacts are for indie authors.
The sale of Wattpad to Naver, Audible's small movement on returns policy, and Rolling Stone's vanity publishing