Changes In Ebook Publishing Over The Last Decade And Possible Changes Ahead With Len Edgerly Of The Kindle Chronicles Podcast

on The Creative Penn:

The last decade has seen a dramatic change in the publishing industry as ebooks and digital audio have gone from a side note to a huge part of the reader experience — and a significant part of independent author incomes.

In this episode, I talk to Len Edgerly from The Kindle Chronicles Podcast which started in July 2008. (Podcast and Transcript)

We also talk about the recent US Senate hearing on Big Tech and consider the possible changes ahead.

Show Notes

  • Changes in the publishing industry in the past 12 years
  • The impact of KU and whether the subscription model is the future for ebooks and audiobooks
  • What it’s like to interview Jeff Bezos and his real passion for books
  • A discussion on the US Senate hearings on big tech and anti-trust and possible ramifications for publishing
  • Audiobooks and the future of reading and listening

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4 thoughts on “Changes In Ebook Publishing Over The Last Decade And Possible Changes Ahead With Len Edgerly Of The Kindle Chronicles Podcast

  1. I’m a massive reader, I love my KU membership I honestly don’t know what I’d do without it. Probably continue to spend massive amounts of money on books! I have placed my books in KU as an author and see the value of it. Also, some of my books have just gone into audio, already I can see the benefit, it’s a must for all serious authors traditional or self-published in my experience and view. Even better if you feel good and comfortable to narrate your own books.

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