Update March 19, 2020: Macmillan has announced that it is returning to its former pricing model starting Friday, March 20 (or whenever their wholesalers can effect the change.) Publishers Weekly explains the change. (Hooray!)
Starting November 1, Macmillan Publishers will be restricting your access to eBooks by limiting library purchases to ONE copy of new titles for the first eight weeks. This means much longer wait times for our borrowers. Macmillan says library purchases undercut authors' profits—but libraries pay four times as much for the same eBooks that consumers buy. Sign the #eBooksForAll petition now, and tell Macmillan that access to eBooks should not be delayed or denied to libraries. Learn more at eBooksForAll.org.