Posts tagged Bookboard
Morning Roundup: Rob Ford fanfic, Stephen King’s compulsion to write, digital publishing startups to watch
July 1, 2013 | 9:54 am
Six Digital Publishing Startups to Watch (paidContent) You know you can blog with Tumblr or WordPress, or self-publish a book on Kindle or iBooks. But what’s next for the publisher who wants to sell a mobile-native magazine, or the blogger who’s sick of messing with plugins? Toronto Mayor Rob Ford Has Inspired an Entire Collection of Fan Fiction (The Atlantic) Emily Keeler, editor of Toronto-based zine Little Brother, reads a lot of literature for a living. But for the past six weeks, she confesses she's found the news stories coming out of Toronto City Hall more entertaining than most of the novels she's read...
Bookboard announces paid subscription model for streaming children’s books
March 25, 2013 | 10:22 am
After launching a free public beta late last year, Bookboard is ready to put itself on the market. The iPad app features a way to stream children’s books and uses incentives to unlock achievements. The company announced the start of paid subscriptions with premium features on Thursday. In addition to the already more than 300 books available, Bookboard also created partnerships with Peachtree Press and Open Road, which adds the Berenstain Bears series to the mix, among other titles. A six-month subscription costs $29.94 (or $4.99 a month). Monthly subscriptions will run $8.99, and each subscription comes with four child accounts. The subscription gives unlimited access to...
Morning Roundup — Stories you may have missed
November 27, 2012 | 9:08 am
A Call for Fair eBook Pricing- Site-Based Pricing Has Small Schools Over-Charged (The Digital Shift) Barnes & Noble Launches Nook for Android and iOS in UK (Digital Book World) McGraw-Hill Sells Off Education Unit for 2.5B (GigaOM) Bookboard Beta Introduces 300 Children's Titles (Good E-Reader) Kindle Daily Deal: Promise Not to Tell by Jennifer McMahon & A Dragon Moves In by Lisa Falkenstern ...