In our last issue, we raised a red flag for self-published authors using 979 ISBNs who might experience trouble selling print editions via Amazon.
Self-publishing authors who sell books via Ingram with a newer ISBN might have problems if those books are ordered by Amazon (via Ingram).
Bowker announced an increase last year in self-published titles, but revised figures may show a soft market.
BookNet Canada has released a study on the romance category, highlighting five subgenres that they found most interesting.
Updated figures from Bowker clarify the number of books being self-published with ISBNs.
Bowker releases annual report on ISBN usage utilized by self-published authors. The report shows continued growth for that sector.
A new ISBN store from Nielsen will allow UK and Ireland publishers and self-published authors to register and purchase ISBNs online.