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Macmillan Starting E-book Library Lending Pilot
Jan 25 2013
Macmillan has announced that it will begin its first e-book library lending program by the end of the first quarter. It will offer libraries over 1,200 backlist e-books from its Minotaur Books imprint via Baker & Taylor, OverDrive and 3M. All books will be priced the same, $25. Once purchased by a library, the titles will be available to them to lend for two years or 52 lends, whichever comes first.
The announcement, leaves Simon & Schuster as the only "big six" publisher without any library e-book offerings.
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