E-books and Self-Publishing Roundup, Jan. 12, 2012

    by Nathan Gibbs
    January 12, 2012

    The best stories of the week from across the web on e-books and self publishing

    1. Amazon: Time to start programming your e-books (CNET News)


    2. Soon, e-books to let you flip pages like print magazines (Deccan Herald)


    3. UK’s first literary prize exclusively for e-books and digital publishing (Book Trade)

    4. Amazon scoots past Apple’s rules with HTML5 iPad Kindle store (paidContent)

    5. 19 free e-books on journalism (Online Journalism Blog)

    6. Amazon Kindle owners are “borrowing” nearly 300,000 electronic books a month (TechCrunch)

    7. B&N offers free Nook with purchase of a 1-year Nook subscription to People or New York Times (mocoNews)

    Tagged: amazon apple barnes & noble ebooks html5 ipad journalism kindle kindle store must reads nook people magazine

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