Publishing Round-up (17th June 2106).

June 17, 2016 | By | Reply More

Here’s the round-up of the best publishing stories from around the web this week.

Amazon Brings Progress Dots Back with 5.8.1 Kindle Update.

This bookstore does not stock a single book.

Amazon Heavily Discounts eReaders and Fire Tablets for Father’s Day.

Chicago Libraries are giving away 1 million Kids Books.

Apple Launches iBooks Editions.

Chuck Palahniuk is making an adult coloring book.

1 in 5 books sold in Canada is an eBook.

E Ink will continue to focus on Electronic Shelf Labels.

Ebook Piracy Still Plaguing Authors.

Here is what Publishers Need to Know for Apple News on iOS 10.

Good e-Reader 13.3 can do Rotations and Multi-Windows.

The Sellout wins the National Book Critics Circle Award.

Voice-to-Text Dictation Software.

Which “Golden Eyes” Flash Fiction Story Gets Your Vote?.

Amazon Lowers the Boom on Discount eBook Sites.

Amazon to Open Third Amazon Books in Portland.

Facebook Plans to De-Emphasize Text Updates Over the Next Five Years.

Did Amazon Drop the eBook Affiliates Because They were No Longer Needed, or to Improve the User Experience?.

Libraries Should be Able to Lend eBooks, Says EU Advocate General.

eBooks Made Up 7% of Dutch Book Sales in 2015, Most of Which Occur in Physical Bookstores.

Reports of the End of the Full Stop Have Been Greatly Exaggerated.

Morning Coffee – 16 June 2016.

Kindle Unlimited Funding Jumps in May 2016 as the Payout Takes a Slight Dip.

Morning Coffee – 17 June 2016.

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