Here are a few stories to read this morning.
- Digital-only imprints in the ebook era: inclusive or exploitative? (guardian.co.uk)
- The Fate of Apple and Antitrust: Overcoming Confusion About the eBooks Case (HuffPo)
- Freight and the Costs of Doing Business (Bite The Book)
French government looks to ban Amazon from offering discounts and free delivery for books (The Next Web)Goodbye articles, hello updates: Flexible publishing works better online (Leon Paternoster)Google Makes Google News In Germany Opt-In Only To Avoid Paying Fees Under New Copyright Law (TechCrunch)To Note or Not to Note: How Marginalia Changed the Way I Read (Book Riot)Polly Courtney: 'Now I'm back to self-publishing, I've regained control' |(guardian.co.uk)Why One Author Chose Self-Publishing over HarperCollins: Polly Courtney (NY Book Editors)