The French Do Buy Books. Real Books.
But still: Do ... books far more than any other medium, including newspapers and TV. The French government classifies books as an “essential good,” along with electricity, bread and water. (A French friend of mine runs a charity, Libraries Without ...
Borders, BookBrewer Offer New Self-Publishing Service
In a move that will make it even easier for writers to self-publish, Borders is launching Borders ... "and we essentially do everything from giving the author the tools to load, format and package the books within the BookBrewer system to publishing ...
Borders And Angus & Robertson To Sell eBooks
The last time an Australian bookseller tried to launch an eBook arm, it was Dymocks and it was a disaster – electronic books were more expensive than ... the company behind Borders and Angus & Robertson, are planning on selling eBooks.
Hot Topic: Do Consumers Have a Right to Re-Sell Copies of Movies, Songs and Books?
What does it mean to "own" something in an age where goods and information travel beyond borders ... textbooks and ship them to the United States. After reading up on the first-sale doctrine, codified in USC §109(a), Kirtsaeng began to sell these ...
Windermere dog stars in books
As well as getting to grips with online sales, she has asked local shops to sell them ... Credit: ITV News Border "It would be nice to think that maybe in the future after I'm long gone somebody might take up the books and do something with them but ...