Monthly Archives: March 2012

Is Print-on-Demand More Important than Ebooks?

Richard Curtis at Digital Book World had a post yesterday about the possibility of falling prices of print-on-demand: LightningSource Inc., a subsidiary of Ingram, has been E-Reads’ POD printer of choice since our founding in 2000. And because – through no fault of LSI’s – the high cost of on-demand printing has prevented the process […]

A Few Thoughts on those Pottermore Ebooks

The big ebook news of the day is that J.K Rowling’s Pottermore site has, at long last, made the Harry Potter novels available as ebooks. They are being sold through the site (not, technically, through Barnes & Noble or Amazon) and are DRM-Free. (Sort of, not really.) Lots of commentary out about this on the […]