Patreon might be looking less attractive to indies but there are new opportunities to microfund through podcasts.
Nora Roberts takes on Amazon's most infamous plagiarist, while Creative Commons makes over 300 million free-to-use images searchable.
A shortage of paper causes concern for resurgent print book sales, and half of Americans have listened to an audiobook.
500+ bookstores celebrate Indie Bookstore Day, Young Adult fiction sparks sales growth & Kindle store survives Amazon's China retreat.
How much a writer earns from writing continues to make depressing reading, and a clash in Swedish audio subscription has global consequences.
The Society of Authors sends an open letter asking the UK government to tackle piracy. Storytel continues to grow and Scribd breaks new ground.
KDP and Audible offer new features, and StreetLib expands to the Middle East and South Asia following its plans for Africa.
Apple launches a subscription news service and Patreon changes its fee structure while artificial intelligence writes novels.
ALLi's Jane Davis wins the Selfies Award at London Book Fair, new KDP dashboard feature, and StreetLib continues to expand.
The first winner of the Selfies is announced at London Book Fair, and new offerings from BookBub and PublishDrive.
Bogota Book Fair opens its doors to indies, StreeLib opens 20 new portals & there are new offerings from Smashwords and Draft2Digital.
Plagiarism is in the news, possibly targeting indies and on KDP in general and we examine the indie presence at London Book Fair.