Nate Hoffelder of Ink, Bits, & Pixels has shared news about a new startup program, eBooksAreForever. In his post, Hoffelder points out the problems libraries can face when it comes to eBooks: the “annual fees, expiring licenses, and mysterious technical glitches.” That’s where J. A. Konrath comes in.
Around this time last year he and August Wainwright launched eBooksAreForever, a startup that offers a library-friendly ebook solution. Based on the idea that it’s more important to get ebooks into libraries than make a buck off of them, eBooksAreForever sells DRM-free ebooks under a ‘forever’ license. . .
Sounds exciting! You can read more and join in the conversation here.
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