One of the last holdouts in the ebook revolution, J.K. Rowling, is considering making her Harry Potter series available in ebook format. To date, she has been adamant in keeping the bestselling brand of all time in the dark ages of publishing. And she hasn't been hurt by the decision, selling about 450 million copies of the series worldwide.
But there is a shift afoot.
"We are currently actively looking at all the various options for Harry Potter in this space, that is e-books," Neil Blair, Rowling's London-based agent at Christopher Little Literary Agency, told the Associated Press in an email.