What the Barnes and Noble data breach means, Spotify moves further towards spoken word, and a new tool for libraries.
On the even of the Nobel Prize For Literature, a new prize for young adult fiction shows literary prizes still exclude indies.
As Tik Tok and Spotify show, streaming could be catastrophic for author revenue, net neutrality upheld in European courts.
Covid hasn't lowered book sales but people have bought from Amazon not bookstores; Amazon in Sweden; Audio white paper at Frankfurt.
Frankfurt Book Fair wants to hear from you, the latest insights on audiobooks, and Amazon makes a move in Sweden and India.
International Day Against DRM, the expansion of aubiobook platform Storytel, Youscribe's growth in Africa and audiobooks at Frankfurt.
Publishdrive offers a new subscription service for authors to replace a flat royalty rate. KDP offers ebooks in five new Indian languages, and this year's Futurebook shortlist is announced.
Subscription services are the talk of Frankfurt Book Fair while Comic Con's success demonstrates the continued rise of graphic literature. Amazon faces increased postal costs while Barnes and N oble Press has something new.
ALLi's weekly self-publishing news round-up brings the top stories of the week: the closure of the Createspace estore, selling magazines through Issuu, and an increase in ISBNs for self-published books
A handy summary of top self-publishing news stories this week including the closure of Amazon's Forum, a new Wattpad initiative, and indie author activity at Frankfurt Book Fair
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Find out how Orna and David are bringing the Frankfurt Book Fair into the Indie Author Fringe, and see how you can help us spread the word about our final Fringe event for 2016.