HarperCollins is now together with ebooks in Kindle Limitless

HarperCollins has shunned Kindle Limitless because it first launched in 2014. The subscription based mostly service has been closely populated with ebooks from indie authors and smaller publishers, but it surely appears to be like like HC is warming as much as the concept. They’ve put a number of thousand backlist titles into the platform in Australia and the UK in an experiment. In the event that they see sturdy income good points with their older ebooks, they might decide to together with extra of them and increasing this system into Canada and america.

In a press release to Good e-Reader, HarperCollins stated “We’re testing participation with Kindle Limitless in Australia and UK with a restricted variety of our e-books to grasp how readers use the service and to make sure we’re exploring all attainable avenues for our authors. We consider there’s alternative to drive gross sales via Kindle Limitless and a la carte gross sales by permitting readers as a lot selection as attainable in how they entry content material.”

Penguin Random Home, Simon and Schuster and Hachette are seemingly paying shut consideration to see what kind of findings HarperCollins will expertise with the Amazon subscription service. Probably executives will converse to one another behind closed doorways early subsequent 12 months.

Michael Kozlowski is the Editor in Chief of Good e-Reader. He has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for the previous ten years. His articles have been picked up by main and native information sources and web sites such because the CBC, CNET, Engadget, Huffington Submit and the New York Occasions.

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