Just three months after Amazon tied up its bevy of contracts with top publishing houses, it looks like those deals might not be working out well for several companies, as they’ve reported declining e-book revenues in recent months. [More]
Parents, rejoice: If you can’t get your kid to look up from whichever screen is currently occupying his time, at least now he can get some good reading in: Harper Lee announced today, on her 88th birthday, that her classic To Kill A Mockingbird will finally be published as an e-book.
HarperCollins doesn’t want those eBooks of theirs to get torn up, so it makes perfect sense that they’ve set a limit of 26 checkouts for the eBooks titles it has licensed to libraries. Wait, eBooks can’t get damaged, so, what’s the big idea?