A daily roundup of book and publishing news from across the Web: Oprah's Nighttime Books Show; 'Wimpy' Director; Piracy; Christian Publishers and iPad; Comics on iPad; iBookstore Sales.
Oprah Brings Books to the Night
Oprah tells The Wall Street Journal about her new nighttime plans, including a possible book show on her forthcoming cable network.
The director of the 'Wimpy Kid' film tells GalleyCat what it was like adapting the book to film.
The Ethics of Piracy
Ars Technica wonders if e-book piracy can sometimes be ethical.
Christian Publishers Jump Into iPad
Two big Christian publishers already have their books in the iBookstore.
Comics on iPad
CNN takes a look at the various comics readers available for the iPad.
Apple Moves to Selling Ads; 'Times' Releases iBookstore Sales
Brad Stone talked about how Apple is moving into the ad-selling business in today's paper and, in the last sentence, notes that the iBookstore has, according to Apple, sold 600,000 e-books since it bowed last weekend.