Thursday, May 28, 2015

Could Subscription Services Be The Future Of Ebooks?

Maybe ... Maybe Not.
Panzer was tootling in the Catosphere today when he saw a ray of light beckoning him. Following the beam he found himself at the Publishers' Weekly site.

Our big bad kitty pilot discovered an interesting post about ebook subscription services. According to a post by Andrew Albanese, subscription services may be the next big thing for ebooks. Mark Coker of Smashwords moderated a panel at BEA whose participants included several of the ebook subscription services representatives. Most of the post features Andrew Weinstein of Scribd describing their service and how it works. Mr. Weinstein believes their policies are good for readers and publishers.

Panzer says, "I didn't see any mention of whether this is good for authors or not. And I didn't see anything about Amazon."

To read the full post, tootle over to ebooks subscription

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