Digital Book World says eBook Subscription service Scribd will remove romance novels from its catalog in order to streamline growth.
With Amazon’s July 1st retooling of its Kindle Unlimited eBook subscription service to pay participating authors less, could it be we’re seeing the failure of the “all you can eat” eBook platform?
Here’s an idea: how about they sell eBooks to consumers at an affordable price!
Expert Reviews compares Kindle and Kobo: eBooks, eReaders, Apps and prices.
Entrepreneur’s Jason Illian explains why eBook subscriptions services cannot be equated with Netflix or Spotify.
John Scalzi calls it as he sees it regarding Amazon’s upcoming pay-by-the-page payment plan for Kindle Select authors enrolled in the Kindle Unlimited eBook subscription service.
There is no upside for the authors.
Techdirt reports that Germany plans to restrict the sale of “Adult” eBooks to a 10 p.m. until 6 a.m. window.