Though I’ve always appreciated Jane Austen’s wit, I was surprised to hear Mr. A.M.B. chuckle only moments after he’d opened an e-book version of Persuasion.
HarperCollins announced that Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird will finally be available as an e-book by July 8, 2014. It’s about time. Lee’s only
“Free” books have been around since the first libraries, but our ability to access them has dramatically improved. Just a decade ago or so, apart
In March, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, sitting in Manhattan, handed a victory to HarperCollins in its lawsuit against
In Cheap Words, an interesting article in The New Yorker this week, George Packer claims that Amazon is “good for customers,” but wonders whether the
We all know that controversy sells books — until it doesn’t. Remember Paula Deen? Back in June, after the celebrity chef admitted in a deposition