The e-book, entitled Secrets of Asian Sport Psychology looks at how some of the world’s best athletes have used sport psychology techniques to help achieve their success.
What book-lover hasn’t at least thought about bringing his e-reader into the bath, shower, or even the pool? But bathtub reading isn’t a problem with the new $180 Kobo Aura H2O, a waterproof E Ink e-reader that can survive being dunked in more than 3 feet of water for 30 minutes…
The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) has launched a new e-book on the psychological techniques of Asia-South Pacific’s best athletes.
That includes the devices and software that support electronic literature, and other related issues. Russia’s largest online retailers are trying to gain a foothold in the surging electronic books market before Amazon. The retailer, whose sales exceeded $1 billion last year, bought a stake in the Bookmate service in June.
We’ll still present occasional editorials, and our extensive news archives will remain online for you to check back through, or dip into for research at any time. The e-books market in the country may almost double this year to as much as 1 billion rubles…
Pro Quest Ebooks has partnered with O’Mahony’s, Irish booksellers and library suppliers, to deliver key content from leading publishers to institutions across Ireland and the UK.
This new partnership will enable O’Mahony’s customers to purchase over 600,000 ebook titles, which can be chosen title-by-title and then owned outright by the library.
has partnered with The Bookseller on a new preview section for self-published authors in the UK named ‘The Bookseller’s Independent Author Previews.’ NOOK Press will sponsor the new section and will be the exclusive source of self-published titles for preview consideration through April 2015.
Each month, beginning in October, The Bookseller will select approximately 10 NOOK Press titles to feature on the new section.
Since May, Amazon and the publisher Hachette have been locked in a battle over the pricing of e-books. And it’s upset many authors because it’s made their work less available.