The Audible Captions dispute is close to a resolution, which is more than can be said about the controversy engulfing the Romance Writers of America.
A look back at 2019's self-publishing news: libraries, audiobooks, global markets, and an existential question: what is reading?
Kobo turns 10, new projects look to improve literacy, and we look at what Brexit might mean for indies.
Smashwords launches a presales feature, and a newspaper makes a confusing claim that audiobook sales will overtake ebooks in 2020.
Amazon and Storytel's different approaches to international markets & the US Patent Office wants your thoughts on the rights of artificial intelligence.
Createspace's ISBN registration grows 50% to more than a million and StreetLib partners with Voxnest to allow authors to podcast from their platform.
International Day Against DRM, the expansion of aubiobook platform Storytel, Youscribe's growth in Africa and audiobooks at Frankfurt.
Spotify and Pandora both launch a new podcast dashboard, and ALLi members flourish on the DigitalBookWorld awards shortlist.
Five self-published titles win awards at the Romance Writers of America's prestigious RITAs, while the dispute between libraries and publishers continues.
Audible introduces a controversial new captions feature that has sparked allegations of an unwarranted rights grab from publishers, and Wattpad have made their Premium and Paid Stories features global.
People who bought ebooks through Microsoft have lost access to them this week while Amazon Storyteller entrants have the chance to see their work on screen.
Big publishers change ebook terms for libraries, while libraries create new opportunities for indies, and what does Libra, Facebook's new cryptocurrency, mean for indies?