E-Books & Self-Publishing Roundup, January 23, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    January 23, 2014

    1. Why e-books are banned in my digital journalism class (Meredith Broussard / The New Republic)

    2. E-book buyers are loyal to specific retailers, especially Kindle, iBooks & Nook, new data show (Jeremy Greenfield / Digital Book World)

    3. Apple granted temporary reprieve from antitrust monitor (Jake Kastrenakes / The Verge)


    4. Pew: More Americans reading e-books, led by the younger and wealthier (Jeremy Greenfield / Forbes)

    5. How vampires sparked the e-book revolution (Mercy Pilkington / Good eReader)



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