Amazon faces ebook price fixing charges, Publishers Weekly launches a platform for indies to get ebooks into libraries.
Is Tencent about to buy Wattpad, a replacement for Book Expo, first year sales figures for Bookshop.org, fake Goodreads reviews.
The Society of Authors' statement on the Brexit Deal: problems for freelancers, copyright issues. But for indies there's also paperwork.
The Selfies Awards expand their eligibility to British writers living in Europe and what the Brexit deal means.
Who is the book business' person of the year? Two major studio announcements mark a film industry increasingly moving to streaming subscription.
ALLi is calling out Amazon on their Audible refund policy, which is resulting in unknown numbers of audiobook authors and narrators around the world being deprived of income. Bookshop.org suffers a glitch, confusing some indie authors, and the end of an era with the end of Book Expo America.
Kickstarter celebrates a record year for comics, Audiblegate latest, Libraries in America need financial Covid support.
Android update uses machine learning to generate realistically narrated audiobooks from ebooks. Amazon offers ebooks to libraries.
Writers' organizations unite in condemning ACX/Audible's response over returns, print on demand titles return to Bookshop.org
Indie titles disappear from Bookshop.org UK's catalogue and ACX Audible back down over royalties on returns.
Audible still have questions to answer over their returns policy, Frankfurt Book Fair will continue to be partly digital.
Print sales are up, so how can indie authors make better inroads into local bookstores? That is among the topics discussed on Self-Publishing News with Alli News Editor Dan Holloway and book editor Howard Lovy. Together, they will bring you the latest in indie publishing news, including commentary, a technology update, and highlights from indie author interviews.