Morning Roundup: Bloggers are media, Goodreads launches “Add Amazon Books” feature and more
April 17, 2014 | 9:00 am
By Joanna Cabot
New Competition Highlights Indie Books (Indie Reader)
The Pulitzer prize winning British newspaper, The Guardian, is co-sponsoring a new competition exclusively for indies.
Goodreads Launches Add Amazon Books Feature (Digital Book World)
You can now add books you’ve purchased on Amazon – both print and Kindle books – to your Goodreads shelves. This will be available in the next few weeks to members in the U.S., Canada, and Australia.
Court Declares That Yes, Bloggers Are Media (Techdirt)
While it seems crazy that this kind of issue is still being debated in 2014, it’s good to see a court make such a clear statement on the fact that blogs will often qualify as media properties.
Samsung Owners Get Free Monthly eBook with Kindle App (Wired)
Ever keen to set itself apart by the little extras it can offer its customers, Samsung has today launched a custom-built ebook service with help from experts in the field, Amazon.
Kindle Daily Deals: Morrie in His Own Words (and others)