According to a recent article in The Australian, Dymocks and Borders bookshops will be offering e-books and e-book readers for sale within months.

Prices are said to be “competitive” but at this stage David Fenlon, CEO of Redgroup would not guarantee that e-books would be a cheaper option than paper, stating that, ” Ultimately the consumer will decide, e-books being cheaper is the state overseas but whether that’s the case in Australia is yet to be seen”.