Hugh Howey’s new report on Barnes & Noble is now up on AuthorEarnings. The figures are based on the top 5,400 of Barnes & Noble’s top genre fiction eBooks, so they obviously do not include every self-published author in the Nook store, but it does indicate that, collectively, they are becoming a very powerful force in publishing.
Two years on: are four librarians still using dedicated e-readers?
Four librarians at Oregon State University describe how their e-reading habits have changed over the past two years. Are they still using dedicated e-readers?
What authors need to know about images and image copyrights
A good primer about eBook covers and image copyright for self-published authors.
How to submit your ebook to NOOK Press
Bibliocrunch has a great step- by- step guide to submitting your ebooks to NOOK Press
How to self-publish your eBook
Roundup of the major ebook platforms available, and what they have to offer self-publishers.
Which eBook Publishing Platform is Best?
Kristen Eckstein compares the three main ebook publishing platforms: Kindle, Nook and iBooks