Self-Publishing & Big Five Dominate Book Market, According to Nielsen

11 11 2015

http://www.bookbusinessmag.com/post/self-publishing-big-five-dominate-book-market-according-nielsen/?e=CPENNYC@MSN.COM#utm_source=book-business-insight&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=2015-11-09&utm_content=self-publishing+%26amp%3B+big+five+dominate+book+market%2C+according+to+nielsen-1

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Trade Publishers See First Sales Growth of 2015

10 11 2015

http://www.bookbusinessmag.com/article/trade-publishers-see-first-sales-growth-year/?e=CPENNYC@MSN.COM#utm_source=book-business-insight&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=2015-11-10&utm_content=trade+publishers+see+first+sales+growth+of+2015-1





Slightly fewer Americans are reading print books, new survey finds

20 10 2015

Personally I think they could have given this article a better title, an interesting survey of the statistics of readers…http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2015/10/19/slightly-fewer-americans-are-reading-print-books-new-survey-finds/





E-Book Sales Weaken Amid Higher Prices

4 09 2015

http://www.nasdaq.com/article/ebook-sales-weaken-amid-higher-prices-20150903-00878





Do German Readers Prefer Print Books?

22 07 2015

Hello All,

Being a full blooded American German, combined with being a diehard ink on paper gal, I find these statistics interesting.  There are two words in the English language that I believe cause more arguments than any other words, “always and never”.  I try not to use these words, but in this case, I’ll say that I will never read a book on an electronic device.  I still prefer the smell, feel and satisfaction of holding a book in my hand.  I made a post about this last year as well, so I stand with my thoughts that I feel this strongly about print books because I’m German 🙂 ~ Danke Penny

http://publishingperspectives.com/2015/07/do-german-readers-prefer-print-books/