James Bond novels go digital, cutting out Penguin – Telegraph

Interesting article on the way the publishing industry is being cut out of the loop, with Ian Fleming Publications decision to publish the James Bond novels as ebooks themselves. The article states:

The digital versions of the 007 books will be published by Ian Fleming Publications, which administers the rights to the Bond books. The 14 titles, including Dr No, Moonraker, and Diamonds Are Forever, will launch on November 4, and will be made available via online e-booksellers such as Amazon.co.uk and Waterstone.com.

The deal has come about because Penguin did not own the digital rights to the Bond novels – a concept that was never considered when Ian Fleming was writing.

Read James Bond novels go digital, cutting out Penguin at the Telegraph

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