eBookAd, the troubled distributor and infrastructure provider, has been down at least since this morning. Given eBookAd’s poor communications with publishers and writers on payment matters, I can also think of other reasons to be wary if you do business with the company. May the outlook be better than it seems now! I hope eBookAd somehow surprises us and will pay its publishers. Its failure would be bad news for e-books in general.
Right now Tina Haverman’s news isn’t very encouraging. Will eBookAd’s site return under the same ownership, is it for sale, or will the domain name end up in the hands of a dealer?
(Revised–to keep up with the gloomy news.)