Yes, these should be on-topic.
As I've already said on a few other scope meta questions, why not? They're written works, and they can be just as interesting and worthy of analysis as paper books. In fact, many books are published in both forms: as a paper book and an e-book. It would be silly to allow questions about one but not the other.
Note again that quality of a written work isn't a criterion for its on-topic-ness (and would be hard to determine objectively anyway).
Create the tags yourself!
It's private beta, so anyone can create tags. A tag will exist on the site if and only if there is a question with that tag. At this stage, if you want a new tag, just create it yourself by asking a question with it. Don't worry too much about making a mistake or creating a 'wrong' tag; someone else can always edit your question if you do.
However, as mentioned in comments on the question, the tags you should be using for such questions are tags for the individual works, not an online-literature or ebooks tag. The latter would probably count as meta tags: they don't describe what the question is about, but just function as category tags. See also this answer on broad tags from Robert Cartaino.