Jul
23

Dutch eBook re-seller allowed to operate

PCWorld says that Dutch courts have allowed used eBook seller, Tom Kabinet, to operate. It seems the copyright rules get murky regarding eBook and paper versions of books where the latter are allowed to be resold.

Jul
22

eBook sales continue to rise in UK

Digital Book World reports that eBook sales are continuing to increase in the UK with sales up 10% over the same period last year.

Jul
21

Indie authors own Amazon eBooks

A very exciting post at the Telegraph says that one third of eBooks sold at Amazon are by Indie authors and publishers making them the leaders in market share at the online retail giant (accounting for 31 per cent of total daily ebook sales).

Jul
20

Apple could pay $400-million PLUS

According to eWeek, Apple has agreed to pay $400-million to consumers and $50-million to lawyers’ fees and payments to involved states if its appeal fails in regard to the guilty verdict levered against the iPad maker for price-fixing.

Jul
18

Amazon trying eBook Subscription Service

Gizmodo reports on Amazon’s new attempt to dominate the eBook marketplace with Kindle Unlimited. They’re offering “unlimited” eBook reads for a single $10 per month membership.

This is a shot across the bow for eBook subscription services Oyster and Scribd, and extends Amazon’s exclusionary reading environment because this service will only list titles by authors and publishers that have agreed to sell their eBooks through Amazon’s KDP select for Kindle and nowhere else.

Titles by authors and publishers that have published for Amazon Kindle but opted out of the KDP select program will not be available in Kindle Unlimited.

Jul
16

Aixa & the Scorpion: A Bruja Roja Story – eBook $2.99

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NEW from Delia Fontana

When the residents of Sangre de Cristo, a sleepy town on the border between Mexico and Texas, say no mas to the violence of the narcotrafficantes, they turn to town curandera Aixa Riley, a woman who is a citizen of two nations but also walks in two worlds. For Sangre de Cristo is a place where the living co-exist with the dead and Aixa Riley is a bruja, a witch.

This “short read” (approximately 11 thousand words) is the self-contained first chapter of the Bruja Roja (Red Witch) series, a paranormal horror tale with a distinctly Hispanic feel. 

The three sequels to the story are already written and will be released once a month beginning in August 2014

Note: Aixa & the Scorpion contains adult language and situations, including violence and rape. It is not suitable for young readers. 

Jul
15

Top tablets compared

Street Wise Tech compares Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 with Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 and the Lg G Pad 8.3.

Jul
14

Will Amazon-Hachette Feud end soon?

Digital Book World reports on signs that the Amazon-Hachette feud will end soon.

Jul
13

More on Amazon’s Hachette author eBook offer

The New York Times has more on Amazon’s attempt to woo Hachette authors with an incredible eBook offer.

Jul
11

Authors Guild responds to Amazon offer

MediaBistro reports on the Author’s Guild response to Amazon’s offer of 100% of eBook sales revenue for Hachette scribes.

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