E-Books and Self-Publishing Roundup, March 22, 2016

    by Courtney Lowery Cowgill
    March 22, 2016

    Each Tuesday, we curate the top stories of the week in e-books and self-publishing. Sign up here to get these delivered right to your inbox.

    1. On Newspapers and E-Books, the Justice Department’s Antitrust Theory Is Obsolete (Michael Hiltzik / Los Angeles Times)

    2. Some More Tips to Make Your E-Book Look Great (Daniel Berkowitz / Digital Book World)


    3. For Me, Traditional Publishing Means Poverty. But Self-Publish? No Way (Ros Barber / The Guardian)

    4. Reading Rainbow’s LeVar Burton: Will Digital Books Replace Print? (Blake Montgomery and Mary Jo Madda / EdSurge)

    5. Moneyball for Book Publishers: A Detailed Look at How We Read (Alexandra Alter and Karl Russell / New York Times)


    6. Open eBooks App: ‘Enabling the Joy of Reading’ (Kristine Hoang / Digitial Book World)

    Tagged: digital reading e-books justice department open ebooks self-publishing

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