Morning Roundup: More backlist titles in subscription services. European children’s ebook sales stats
May 23, 2014 | 9:00 am
By Joanna Cabot
Can You be Talked Into Liking a Book? (Book Riot)
I had an experience recently of not loving a book that means a lot to other people.
Yes, Trigger Warnings Could Lead to Censorship (The Digital Reader)
If you’ve been following book news over the past few months then you may have noticed the ongoing debate about trigger warnings.
More Backlist Titles Make Their Way to Book Subscription Services (GoodeReader)
This week, Simon&Schuster made a huge portion of its backlist titles available to ebook subscription platforms Oyster and Scribd, and today HarperCollins followed suit with about 1,000 children’s titles for ebook subscription platform Epic! The site, which aims for the ages five through twelve readership.
Children’s eBook Sales Stats from Europe (Digital Book World)
Digital was the focus for many Children’s publishers attending this year’s London Book Fair, and we saw a significant increase in the number of walk-ups enquiring about the Children’s eBook market with questions primarily around the size of the market, channels, formats and devices.
Kindle Daily Deals: King’s Hound Series (and others)