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The second-newest imprint in Amazon Publishing’s portfolio offers both audio and ebook editions of works brought together in thematic collections. The first was released during BookExpo in New York City.
Catching industry observers off-guard, Shelfie—the Canadian bundler of ebooks with customers’ print editions—quietly announces its service is folding.
More than 1,200 publishers now have signed on to the ebook-bundling app Shelfie. New this season: recommendations for readers.
After three years of cold calls to publishers, BitLit has found traction with ebook bundling and expanded into audiobooks with distributor Findaway.
The Bookseller notes that HarperCollins Australia and Kobo have teamed with two indie Australian booksellers to sell print and digital titles together.