Friday, March 04, 2011
Is publisher greed endangering the e-book market?
Is publisher greed endangering the e-book market? We're already seeing publishers like Harper Collins restricting e-book use by libraries, and Amazon not allowing library loaned e-books to display on Kindle. Now Random House is the last of the big 6 publishers to switch to agency pricing. This latest move is a big blow to any hopes that e-books with older published dates will ever reach a remainders market. It's the Wild West right now in e-book land and the robber barons are looking to scoop up as much gold as possible. Read here at Literary Sluts Blog.