Reedsy now lets you print your book on Blurb in no time

Reedsy provides everything you need to turn your first draft into a book. And it turns out that ebooks aren’t overtaking good old paper books just yet. Reedsy partnered with Blurb so that you can se

Indie E-Book Printer Blurb Acquihires Graphicly, Comic E-Publishing Platform Shutting Down

As the ongoing dispute between Amazon and Hachette sees the huge online retailer continue to block and/or delay sales of some of the publisher’s books, two smaller startups in the industry

Blurb, The Custom Book Printing Startup, Is Tossing Its Hat Into The E-Book Ring

<a href="">Blurb</a> has had a good amount of success as a disruptive player in the "traditional" publishing space. The San Francisco-based company, which lets anyone write and pub

Instant Instagram Photo Books, Courtesy Of Blurb

<a href="">Blurb,</a> a startup that lets you <a href="">create customized books</a>, is launching a <a

Build A Book On Facebook With Blurb

Blurb, the on-demand print service with a specialization in photographic layouts, is expanding its “crowd sourcing” strategy onto, where else, but Facebook with a new app that brings peopl

Amazon Muscles Print-On-Demand Services

Amazon has announced that it will only sell print-on-demand books printed by its own print-on-demand service BookSurge. The print-on-demand book business has thrived in the last few years as players s

TasteBook Launches With Lots Of Help From Condé Nast

New startup TasteBook launches on Wednesday morning, with a lot of help from Condé Nast: an investment from their Internet unit (CondéNet) as well as a partnership with Epicurious, a Condé Nast pro

Blurb launches crowd-sourced books

Blurb, a self-publishing startup which specialises in illustrated books, is launching a new service to enable people to collaboratively create books. The new service is called Community Books and will

Blurb is Open for Business

Blurb, which I first saw at DEMO in February, is a service that allows you to create (real, offline) books from blogs and other content, and buy them for yourself or sell them to others. Prices start

A Taste of DEMO 2006

DEMO 2006: 70 companies gather at a hotel in Phoenix, Arizona to compete head on for our attention. $15,000 buys you 5 minutes in front of 700 people, and a chance to make history (which is not record