A quick look at the issue of file-size in digital comics distribution, storage, and the pricing model.
A series featuring great independent e-bookshops, continuing with a look at the Fantasy genre.
A new design approach for Libreture helps streamline some common processes.
Get reading some great science fiction by women in this read-along with Gemma Todd.
A weekly series featuring great independent e-bookshops, continuing with a look at Crime.
Save 50% off a Libreture subscription for 6 months by joining between the 4th and 10th of March, 2018.
A weekly series featuring great independent e-bookshops, this time it's Science Fiction.
A weekly series featuring great independent e-bookshops, starting with Romance.
How limiting the range of books you browse can sometimes uncover gems you would ordinarily miss.
It's now quicker and easier to find a particular book on Libreture, thanks to our new search feature.
How publishers combine e-books into bundles and boxed sets to increase sales and introduce readers to their series'.
The women to men author balance in my book collection is rubbish. My plan to fix it.
A brief post on why the publishing industry won't get anywhere with technology unless it addresses its own lack of knowledge in the field.
Two new features make it even easier to plan your book-buying, and share your love for a book with others.
There are always plenty of accessories and cases for Kindle e-readers. But for other brands, try a Buddle.
A couple of new features went live on Libreture this week. They include 'Favourites' and 'Next 10'.
A new horrifyingly poetic and disturbing psychological horror novel by Karen Runge and Grey Matter Press.
Get 50% off Libreture for 6 months on International Day Against DRM, 9th of July 2017. For a future without Digital Rights Management.
O'Reilly Media, the technology publisher, is no longer selling print or e-books direct to customers.
Poetic fantasy and amazing worlds by Kai Ashante Wilson.
Flying ships, demons from the other side, and magical conspiracies by Bradley P. Beaulieu.
A look at which of the 2017 Arthur C. Clarke Award shortlist are available DRM-free.
Which books from the 2016 Arthur C. Clarke Award shortlist are available DRM-free? In other words, which ones can I read?
Ancient magic, a creepy tale within a tale and... fishing, in John Langan's literary horror novel.
A reminder of who benefits from DRM in e-books, and who pays for it.
The new personal e-book library for hardcore readers is open for business.
European sci-fi that's as surprising to readers as it seems to have been for its author, Dave Hutchinson.
The niche reads that big publishers let pass by and the Japanese period demon hunter drama.
The Long Tail and the Book Series. Re-launching an out-of-print series of e-books can introduce new readers to older works.
A bookshop, a cover and a ripping yarn of disguise, deception and misdirection by Rod Duncan.
L. J. Hutton's novel tells an alternative tale of Guy of Gisborne and Robin Hood.
Tracking reading habits is one of the more sinister aspects of Digital Rights Management.