Overdrive, Pratilipi, and Substack offer new opportunities for going wide, and the book industry starts to reopen.
The subscription model might be changing the industry in ways we hadn't thought, Amazon ebook antitrust case latest.
The sale of Wattpad to Naver, Audible's small movement on returns policy, and Rolling Stone's vanity publishing
James Daunt commits to ebooks and Nook, what's happening with Independent Bookstore Day, Spotify moves into audiobooks.
The fate of audiobooks during the coronavirus crisis is unclear: some publishers are very concerned but in Europe streaming is booming. And Publishers Weekly launch #booksareessential
Internet Archive and its National Emergency Library sparks piracy claims, print sales in crisis while Storytel capitalises on digital boom
How CoVid 19 is changing the way the book industry works from writers helping writers to how we think of books. And questions about Bookstat
Educational publishing offers opportunities for indies, as does the changing way people are reading - more on mobiles, less on ereaders.
James Daunt officially takes over at Barnes & Noble, announcing a new Nook, and a new campaign seeks to cut tax on ebooks.
Bookselling chain Barnes and Noble has found a buyewr and will be run by James Daunt, who is also the CEO of Waterstones in the UK.
Apple launches a subscription news service and Patreon changes its fee structure while artificial intelligence writes novels.
The first ever academic survey into the factors that lead to someone becoming a writer has started to unveil its findings. A novel self-published through soon to be defunct Createspace has been shortlisted for a major French literary prize, causing outrage amongst booksellers.