The article I read said he was "initially wary" of e-books, but has changed his mind. But it's just a little blurb story.Mikuto said:No hate here! I just thought he was one of the "no e-books" crowd.
The article was from last Dec. 24, but his facts may have been a tad out of date. Possibly. *whoknowsshrug*ProfCrash said:I have a sneaking suspicion that e-books have grown well beyond 1% by now.
Good to hear! (Not that I read much Grisham, but the more the merrier.)sdrmartin said:There is an article in the Wall Street Journal today. John Grisham is close to wrapping up an agreement that will make all 22 Grisham books available in all e-book format, including kindle.
That's why I won't read her latest book Tales of Beedle the Bard. I'm boycotting! (That doesn't keep me from reading/listening to all of the ones I already have though. I can only go so far!)jmiked said:J.K Rowling is infamous for her refusal to allow the Harry Potter books be sold as ebooks.