Tag: scott turow

by Jenny Shank

People have used books as a reliable tool to transmit and preserve information, ideas, and stories for hundreds of years. E-books have enjoyed wide use for only about six years — counting from when Amazon introduced its Kindle in 2007. Yet e-books have rapidly upended so many facets of the traditional book world that the […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Barnes & Noble relabels PubIt! as Nook Press, adds web-based publishing tool (Engadget) 2. Turow on the slow death of the American author (NYT) 3. How Kobo kicked Google’s butt (Digital Book World) 4. “Next time, I’ll self-publish” (Indie Reader) 5. BajaLibros, a big Spanish-language e-book store, comes to the U.S. (PaidContent.org) 6. 5 […] more »