Wondering what’s going on in the world of eBooks today? You’ve come to the right place….
- In defense of young adult literature: Where’s the “censorship” line, and who draws it?
- Amazon’s Sunshine Deals May Influence a Wider Range of Publishers’ Prices on Kindle … and That Would Be a Good Thing
Other stories of interest:
- Michael Connelly is Seventh Author to Make the “Kindle Million Club”
- Kobo now selling ebooks in 5 languages
- Calculator for Kindle
- Don’t Update Your Nook!
- KND Kindle Free Book Alert, Thursday, June 9: Over 20 BRAND NEW FREEBIES! Search over 500 FREE TITLES by Category! plus … Tom Lichtenberg’s SNAPDRAGON ALLEY (Today’s Sponsor, and it’s free for a limited time!)
- Apple Modifies App Store Rules to Avert Total Shutdown of eReading Apps
- Fingers in the Dike: Harlequin launches anti-piracy campaign
- Tablets and Students’ eTextbook Resistance, and more eNews
- The Financial Times sticks to its guns, won’t publish a “dumb” iPad app
- Bridging the yawning chasm, by Meredith Greene
- David Pogue looks at the Kindle, Kobo reader and new Nook
- Durant’s The Story of Civilization available in ebook form — but at $15 a pop for 11 volumes?
- New report: “Ebooks and ereaders in public and academic libraries”
- NOOK Book Showcase
- Reminiscent of the short fiction of Raymond Carver and Richard Ford, E. Thomas Finan’s collection takes on the human condition with grit, humor, and insight. THE OTHER SIDE is our Kindle eBook of the Day – 4.3 Stars and Just 99 cents on Kindle!
- Digital Publishing in the Developing World: Imitation or Autonomous Evolution?
- Publetariat Dispatch: Books on the iPad’s iBookstore
- Will Digitization Transform Reading in the Developing World?