The biggest audiobook subscription service outside the US, Storytel has seen its sales grow by 35 percent over last year.
Sesamy claims to liberate you from the tyranny of subscriptions through an à la carte sales model.
Welbeck Publishing Group and Mosquito Books of Barcelona are launching Orange Mosquito, which will publish 20 children’s and YA titles per year.
The Sweden-based subscription service exceeded its 2020 revenue goals, although the company is not yet profitable as a whole.
In the very earliest months of the pandemic, writers worried if they should still send out queries and proposals.
In November 2020, the Frankfurt Book Fair went through restructuring and layoffs, with a back-to-basics plan announced for 2021.
Tredition provides a white-glove service to publishers who want a self-publishing wing and to newspapers and universities.
Based in Copenhagen, Palatium Books can get your ebooks into multiple subscription services without all the legwork you’d have to do yourself.
In Europe, the conditions under which ebooks can be lent by public libraries are being newly examined, evaluated, and defined.
Like the Authors Guild in the States, the Society of Authors is leading the way in the UK on publishing-contract reform.