Aug 02, 2012
The majority of bibliotastic users think making it easier and more affordable to purchase digital content legally is the best way to curtail piracy rather than blocking websites or strengthening DRM encryption.
Mar 27, 2012
One of bibliotastic’s most popular authors, Letitia Coyne, has been signed by a commercial publisher, Canada-based 1889 Labs, under whose imprint she has released ‘Touchstone’, a medieval tragedy.
Jan 25, 2012
In a recent survey of bibliotastic.com users over 40% said they would prefer an iPad 2 ahead of an Amazon Fire (27%) and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab (21%) despite the high price of the iPad versus the Fire.
Oct 05, 2011
In a recent survey of bibliotastic.com users around half expected the majority of US school books to be electronic within 5 years while 40% thought it would take 10 years and 10% thought paper would remain the dominant format forever.
Aug 23, 2011
The winner of bibliotastic.com’s competition is delighted with the 3G Kindle she won for her review of fantasy novel Ariella. The author is also delighted with the feedback this competition has generated on up-and-coming writers.
Aug 03, 2011
One of bibliotastic’s most popular authors has just been signed by a commercial publisher. The deal shows light at the end of the tunnel for indie authors everywhere.
Jul 07, 2011
Bibliotastic.com is running a competition for reviews of its free ebooks. First prize of an Amazon Kindle 3G will go to the most insightful comment/review.
Jun 15, 2011
In a recent survey of bibliotastic.com users, when asked where they will get their books from in the future over 50% cited free ebook sites as their main source but only 2% admitted to pirate ebook sites.
May 13, 2011
In a recent survey of bibliotastic.com readers the most popular genre was Crime & Mystery with almost 40% of voters claiming this as their favourite genre.
Mar 23, 2011
The winner of bibliotastic.com’s competition for book reviews and comments is delighted with their Kindle and is looking forward to some more inspiring reading on their daily commute than that offered by London’s free newspapers.