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!
According to a GalleyCat post Indie publisher and distributor Smashwords will now allow authors to offer pre-orders of their titles for up to a year in advance of a sales date.
Dracula of the Apes picks up where Bram Stoker’s Dracula left off and Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan of the Apes began. In this horror/fiction hybrid, genre-jumping indie author G. Wells Taylor puts a terrifying twist on a pair of timeless classics.
In Taylor’s direct sequel to Dracula, we find the count’s Gypsy servant Horvat has been ordered to preserve his master’s body if the worst should ever happen. Van Helsing’s vampire hunters have reduced Dracula to ashes, so his remains must be kept in a special urn and bathed in blood while en route to South Africa where a mysterious ally will see to his resurrection.
But a shipwreck off the African coast casts Horvat and his precious burden into the jungle setting of another literary classic.
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Hi-Def Digest reports Barnes and Noble is dropping the price of its Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook with models starting at $149.