What a second lockdown means for bookstores, Bookshop.org launches in UK, and Covid grants for writers in Scotland that's open to indies.
Libraries see surge in ebook lending during lockdown, while a new survey suggests ebook & audio sales do not cannibalise each other.
What the Barnes and Noble data breach means, Spotify moves further towards spoken word, and a new tool for libraries.
Bookshop.org is coming to the UK, Disney Plus goes large on subscription, and ALLi holds its Self-publishing Advice Conference.
On the even of the Nobel Prize For Literature, a new prize for young adult fiction shows literary prizes still exclude indies.
BookClub seeks to take book clubs online and let readers aske questions direct to authors, and bookstores need book sales.
As Tik Tok and Spotify show, streaming could be catastrophic for author revenue, net neutrality upheld in European courts.
Amazon's brushing scam and fake review scandal; artificial intelligence writes convincing journalism, sales tax on ebooks in Brazil.
Author groups are worried by changes to Amazon buy button, artificial intelligence storytelling is coming but virtual reality suffers
James Daunt commits to ebooks and Nook, what's happening with Independent Bookstore Day, Spotify moves into audiobooks.
US booksellers, publishers, authors call for antitrust action against Amazon. American Booksellers Association criticises Bookshop app terms.
High quality self-publishing print platform Blurb is sold while serial fiction platform Radish raises $63m