Softpedia reports on the Calibre 2.77 Open-Source eBook management software bugfix release.
Publishers Weekly reports that Norway’s biggest eBook seller Ebok.no’s search for English language bestsellers is being hampered by the “big five” publishers that continue to undermine the eBook Revolution’s international growth with overpriced titles and simulated scarcity.
China Daily reports that China is experiencing its own eBook Revolution. eBook adoption is growing exponentially according to data released by the Dangdang Group (including eBook readers’ index and sales revenues) at the Dangdang Publication Suppliers Conference in Beijing on January 9, 2017.
prMac reports on eBook Search 3.0 App’s offer of access and search of over 8 million FREE eBooks from iBooks, Kindle, Nook, Kobo, Smashwords, Google Play Books, Feedbooks, Baen Books, Project Gutenberg, ePub Bud, ManyBooks, and the Internet Archive. Details at the link.
Digital Book World warns Indie authors and publishers to keep their backlists current and discoverable.