Morning Roundup: Baen Books Now on Nook, Setting up Kindle Collections and more
October 21, 2013 | 9:05 am
By Joanna Cabot
Baen eBooks are Now Available Via the Nook Store (The Digital Reader)
If you are looking for a new source for your SF and fantasy fix then I have some good news for you. eBooks published by Baen, one of the leading SF publishers in the US, are now selling in the Nook Store.
How to Create Kindle Collections on your Kindle Paperwhite and iOS App (Dear Author)
I received an email this week asking me whether I had a post dedicated to creating collections on the Kindle. I was certain that I had but I search through my archives revealed that there was a gap in the how to content pertaining to the Kindle. I had a couple of different posts but no one central location.
The Literary Darknet of Independent Publishing (Digital Book World)
The independent and self-publishing space recently found itself with a cascading bit of drama, eventually escalating to impact everyone from Amazon to Barnes & Noble, to WHSmith and Kobo.
Publishers Need to Know their Readers to Survive in Digital Era (Reuters India)
Until a few years ago, publishers wielded power over readers’ selection of books though in-store promotions and newspaper reviews. Now readers increasingly order their books online or download them onto electronic reading devices, write their own reviews and get ideas for what to read next from peers online.
Kindle Daily Deals: Black Stiletto Series (and others)
Editor’s Note: I read the first Black Stiletto book and quite enjoyed it. JM