Friday 19th December
Says a former Googler: "I think 2015 is going to be disastrous."
If your aim is financial success from writing, you're in the wrong game
Ultimately, they're meant to disseminate knowledge. But their narrow appeal makes them expensive to produce and harder to sell
Will Amazon's dominance in the ebook market actually change the judges' minds?
Why, in a world that focuses on the individual, some of Zoella's fans felt duped by their idol
ebooks offer large publishers a great way to rebalance how they operate back towards the hunch method
Seems like those who get inflated by social media will eventually be exploded by it.
The films have lost sight of the depth and richness that made JRR Tolkein's The Hobbit work, says Robbie Collin
Intellectuals always worry about the decline of literary culture
Laura Freeman began looking through her previous Amazon orders
Time to upgrade ebooks to a higher quality
Amazon should kill or reduce Kindle Unlimited and instead allow subscriptions
Technology could make the ability to decode text irrelevant - but could also save it
Will Girl Online continue to prosper once people actually start to read it?
Lleucu Siencyn, chief executive of Literature Wales reveals why the our publishing industry is thriving
It's quite the moral test for an author to turn virtuous lives into compelling stories, and some of the greatest authors have failed it
She dispenses vapid tips to teenage girls online, but so what? Teenagers are entitled to their private cultural spaces
Kindle Unlimited has not been a good thing for authors
'The European Parliament has not yet grasped that Google is more important for the people than Europe'
It's sad when you see a child with an iPad
As our children get ever more wired in this digital age, disconnecting will be the ever greater challenge. And for that, it's a book, not an iPad, that's needed
Nichole Gracely has a master's degree and was one of Amazon's best order pickers. Now, after protesting the company, she's homeless
Publishers' historic mission as welcoming gate-opener is being rewritten by some as that of the sullen gatekeeper.
Only telling the stories that foreigners allow them to tell.
Independent publishing is the source of cultural diversity, bringing bibliodiversity to confront megapublishing and bookselling