Category: Publishers

Sending eBooks and Documents to Your Kindle

How-to Geek offers instructions for emailing eBooks and other documents for reading on your Amazon Kindle.

Fascist Book Burners Forced to Ban Virtual Library posted a story you wouldn’t expect to see in modern times, but in it eBooks are showing their versatility by dodging the California Orange Unified School District’s book banning (burning?). Sadly, the “conservative” fascists behind the movement have banned the entire virtual library. That don’t impress us much, since it’s near impossible to stop …

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Sqribble eBook Publishing Software Reviewed

The Deccan Herald reviews the Sqribble cloud-based eBook publishing software.


“A literary journal dedicated to continuing Bram Stoker’s Legacy.” Click covers for more information, to purchase Issue 1, or Pre-order Issue 1.5

Pay-by-the-Page eBook Subscription for Voracious Readers

CP24 News writes about a new pay-by-the-page eBook subscription model for genre writers.

Special Features in FlipBuilder Publishing Software

Digital Journal talks up the special features found in the FlipBuilder publishing software.

Micropayments Could Increase Publisher Subscriptions

What’s New In Publishing says that the introduction of micropayments could mean more subscriptions for publishers.

2022 Amazon Kindle eBook Reader Reviewed

TechRadar reviews the (2022) Amazon Kindle eBook Reader.

Judge Ends Penguin Random House/Simon & Schuster MEGA Merger

Publishers Weekly shines the spotlight on Judge Florence Pan’s knockout punch to the Penguin Random House/Simon & Schuster Publishing MEGA-merger.

Z-Library eBook Pirate Site Shutdown by US Department of Justice

BoingBoing reports that the popular Z-Library eBook-Piracy site has been shut down and seized by the US Department of Justice.