Oyster is a new company based out of New York. Their service is easily described as “Netflix, but for books.” For $9.95 a month, you’ll get unlimited access to a library of over 100,000 eBooks, with new titles being added …Read More »
Amazon upset the entire book publishing industry by offering ridiculous discounts on physical print books that were so substantial they actually lost the e-commerce giant money.
However, according to a report by the New York Times, now that the …Read More »
On April 11, 2012, Apple and five major publishers were sued by the US over alleged ebook pricing. Three of the publishers, namely Simon & Schuster, Hachette, and HarperCollins, agreed to settle with the DOJ shortly after to avoid a …Read More »
Barnes and Noble is offering buy one get one free on select Nook titles, but you have to buy them in-store
Well this seems rather silly. Barnes and Noble currently has a deal on offer for Nook owners, if you buy one book then you get another free. Of course, there are only a select number of books that qualify for …Read More »
Holly Lisle is an independent author that publishes online writing guides, which she sells on Amazon, iTunes, and presumably other eBook stores. Or, at least she used to in the case of iTunes. Lisle is reporting Apple has banned her …Read More »