Amazon has taken action against manipulators of its Kindle Unlimited programme, as well as more hapless terms and conditions violators. They have also launched Great on Kindle, a scheme for non-fiction ebook authors.
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Wattpad are giving viewers the chance to decide if they like the look of a series with short pilot adaptations taken from the site, while a court rules if you embed copyright-infringing content from elsewhere on your website, you may be liable, and Book Expo gets a makeover but may have forgotten a key ingredient […]
Amazon has finally opened its first staff-less shop to the public, Wattpad has secured $51m funding to expand its machine learning, and several platforms have expandd their offerings to readers.
ALLi’s Self-publishing news looks at what the vote on net neutrality means for you, the reversal of Patreon’s plans to charge fees on funding, and the Society of Authors’ complaint against Open Library.
This week’s news round-up focuses on Amazon Marketing Services, the latest bandwagon for promoting self-published books; piracy issues; and the iBooks Author conference.
A quick round-up of the latest hot news stories in the world of self-publishing, from Amazon, Smashwords, Wattpad, and David Gaughran
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
This week’s news round-up turns the spotlight on an author caught gaming the system, B&N banning – then unbanning – certain authors, & AMS profits.
Oxford is a strange place to be in the summer. It’s a pretty small city, and for much of the year a significant part of its population is made up of the students from its two universities. When the students leave, far from dropping the numbers swell even further thanks to tourists drawn by the pull […]
One of the most popular genres on YouTube these days features “unboxing” videos. That is, literally, videos of people taking a thing out of the box in which it arrived. I was reminded of this by one of the articles that has been doing the rounds this week, linking the resurgence of print books and […]