Cover designers and others speak out about the use of and training for AI-generated art on platforms like Midjourney.
Rakuten Kobo will support Arabic as a primary language as part of its "going wide" commitment.
Who makes money from subscription services? Also, Draft2Digital acquires Smashwords. These are among the topics discussed on Self-Publishing News with…
Book fairs move back to exhibition halls, Amazon Prime raises price, Audie Awards success for indie Mary Jane Wells.
Findaway Voices offers royalty bonus to authors leaving ACX exclusivity and Draft2Digital offers royalty splitting.
For this week’s edition of the Alliance of Independent Authors International Insights hosted by Mark Williams of The New Publishing Standard, we’re moving on to indie friendly aggregators.
Barnes and Noble struggle with royalties to ebook distribution platforms, Patreon lays off staff, and good news for bokosellers might not be what it seems.
The CASE Act comes one step closer to becoming law and allowing authors to pursue damages for copyright infringement through the small claims courts.
Wondering how to set up local book links for your ebooks to direct readers towards the right online store for their country of residence? Russell Phillips describes some easy ways to do this on your author website.
Bogota Book Fair opens its doors to indies, StreeLib opens 20 new portals & there are new offerings from Smashwords and Draft2Digital.
Wondering the best way to distribute your self-published books - sticking with Amazon's exclusive deals or going wide? Rosalind Minett's case study explains why going wide - and going direct with Kobo - works best for her.
Piracy is in the news this week, with file sharing site oceanofpdf taken offline and a new study that posits a direct link between piracy and reduced sales.