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Indian e-commerce giant Flipkart.com has entered into a distribution deal with US-based aggregator and digital distributor Publish On Demand Global (PODG) to enable US independent authors and publishers gain access to readers in India.

Flipkart partners with US-based Publish On Demand Global to help authors & publishers distribute eBooks

Sales of eBooks further thriving

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There is no doubt that eBooks are here to stay as they continue to grow in popularity.

It’s been years since the onset of the most recent digital publishing and e-reading revolution, and the results are still reporting that print is a favored mode for reading among consumers, but that ebooks are still on the rise. According to data released yesterday from Nielsen, ebook sales in the UK alone increased by 20% last year.

eBook Sales Continue to Thrive.

Digital publishing: How it will evolve in 2014 and beyond

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Joe Hyrkin

The future of publishing is entering a new golden era that will make publishing available to more people. Twitter, new long-form content distributers and an increase in digital ad spending will support this new era.

Joe Hyrkin, Chief Executive Officer at Issuu, a digital publishing platform.

Digital publishing: How it will evolve in 2014 and beyond

5 Top Editing Mistakes Made By Self-Publishing Authors

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All self-publishing authors dream of success for their book. However, the difference between success and failure is a fine line. Attention to detail is key.

Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Agency (SBPRA), an independent publishing company, has now revealed the top editing mistakes self-publishers make that can sabotage their book’s success.

Bottom line: self-publishers be aware.

via PRWeb

Books From Self-Published Authors Outselling Traditional Publishers

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“Indie authors are outselling the big five. That’s the entire big five. Combined. Indie and small-press books account for half of the ebook sales in the most popular and bestselling genres on Amazon,” writes Howey in his report, which has been described as “the most penetrating, ground-breaking, explosive article about publishing in memory.”

Via Alison Flood @ The Guardian