E-Books and Self-Publishing Roundup: August 29, 2017

    by Nate Hoffelder
    August 29, 2017

    Each week, 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. Twitter will render children illiterate in 20 years says Jacobson (Katherine Chowdrey  / The Bookseller)
    2. Less Than Meets the Eye: Print Book Use Is Falling Faster in Research Libraries (Rick Anderson / The Scholarly Kitchen)
    3. This Fill-in-the-Blank Formula Could be the Start of a Great Book Blurb (Beth bacon / Digital Book World)
    4. Are We Different Writers When We Move From Longhand to a Screen? (James Draney / Literary Hub)
    5. What I’ve Learned From Giving My E-Book Away  (Chris Meadows / Teleread)
    6. Will Ruling in ReDigi Case Open the Door to a Used E-book Market? (Andrew Albanese / PW)
    7. A Ruling in ReDigi Case Can’t Re-Open the Door to a Used eBook Market – The Door Never Closed (Nate Hoffelder / The Digital Reader)

    Nate is the founder of The Digital Reader. He also builds and repairs websites, and helps authors and small businesses solve tech problems.

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