Tagged: E-Books

Let the right edition in

The release of Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman provides another moment to reflect on the developing e-book market and how it mixes with the... Read more

What we have learned from e-books 2014

The Publishers Association’s Statistics Yearbook 2014 confirms what we have known for some time, that consumer e-book sales have softened for most trade publishers, with... Read more

Publishing's Broadchurch moment

According to the Media Guardian more than 7 million viewers tuned in last night to watch the opening episode of series two of "Broadchurch ",... Read more

What the closure of Bilbary tells us about the market

Full disclosure. I liked Bilbary. I even went on BBC Radio 4 to say so. The site seemed to be an attempt to take the... Read more

The FutureBook Innovation Awards are open for business

Join us Friday, 12th September, when the deadline for the 2014 FutureBook Innovation Awards prompts our #FutureChat topic of the week. Live on Twitter, at... Read more

Pulp fiction

Is the paperback format pulped? Last year, the value of sales in the format dipped below £1 billion for the first time in a decade... Read more

Nadine Dorries tops May's e-book ranking

Last week The Bookseller published its May e-book ranking, with Head of Zeus once again scooping the top title on the list, The Four Streets... Read more

10 things you may not know about ebooks and UK public libraries

1. Libraries don’t have the right to lend e-books. See http://shelffree.org.uk/2014/03/12/the-right-to-e-read/ Read more

Down with Disruption

Publishing is a business that’s indivisible from language. Most people who go into it do so because they believe in the power of words to... Read more

The second wave

What do you do when digital adoption slows? Move on. With e-book growth officially slowing now in both the US and UK, much of the... Read more

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