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.
Audio is dominating the digital book market in Sweden, and the release of Audible for the Apple watch may lead to increases elsewhere.
The European Union's copyright reform legislation passed last week. Many bodies representing authors and publishers are delighted. Many internet freedom campaigners are devastated. What does this mean for you. Also, interesting developments at Amazon.
Streetlib launches a marketplace for authors and service providers, the Audible Romance controversy rumbles, on, and we look at the differing trends in ebooks across the globe.
Amazon moves into from-your-doorstep delivery and releases a Wordpress plug-in to turn your blogs into podcasts, the EU fails to do away with geoblocking, and earning a living through self-publishing non-fiction on Medium proves tricky.
ALLi's Self-publishing News looks at how changes to Patreon's business model will affect indies, new developments in blockchain, an exciting breakthrough for indies in dealing with European Union tax law complexity, and the growth of the digital textbook rental market.
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Self-publishing news for Halloween looks at the latest report claiming a decline in sales of ebooks, this time in Canada, and…