amazonSo Shall You Reap? Success and ‘Investment’ at #DBW15 (Writer Unboxed)
What do we expect in return for heavy investment in our work? What do we expect a publisher to invest?

Why Your Spotify or Netflix for Print Content is Probably Doomed (GigaOM)
The latest comes from Magzter, a company that is offering an all-you-can-read subscription to a universe of 2,000 magazines for $9.99 a month.

Amazon Enters the Feature Film Business (GoodeReader)
Post-production takes a fraction of the time it used to. So what does all of this mean? Companies like Amazon have the opportunity and the option of producing their own feature films.

The State of Our Reading Habits (Dear Author)
Specifically, Romance occupies almost a quarter of the entire digital book market, and readers as a whole (including and perhaps especially Romance readers) buy a whole lot of books, many of which they may never read.

Kindle Daily Deal: Things We Set On Fire (and others)

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