Tolkien gets downloads; Potter stays on paper

Some authors want to be downloaded as e-books, but some resist, says Yahoo!.

"Tolkien's addition to the e-club fills a major gap, and, with e-books the fastest (and virtually only) growing sector of publishing, other authors and their estates have softened.... [but] No e-books are available from such living authors as Thomas Pynchon,... [or] J.K. Rowling, who has expressed a preference for books on paper and a wariness of technology.