future of publishingSimply Producing More Books Isn’t the Answer (Brave New World)
It was simple when we only had the physical book. The market was controlled by the shelf space available, the cost of the inventory and the rate of purchases.

What’s Next for B&N Nook in 2015? (GoodeReader)
Barnes and Noble have been bringing in a number of people from outside the traditional book-selling industry, such as former Zinio executives Doug Carlson and Jeanniey Mullen.

eBooks in 2015: Dull New World (GigaOM)
Ebooks are feeling a bit hungover heading into the new year. The 50 Shades of Grey exuberance of 2011 and 2012 feels long ago.

End of the Year, and Perhaps End of a Stage of the eBook Transition (Mike Shatzkin)
The year ends with a front-page New York Times story reporting the consternation in the indie author community at the current state of their commercial lives at Amazon.

Kindle Daily Deal: The Wayward Pines Trilogy (and others)


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