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Finally, some Amazon ebook data

Amazon UK has released its first ever consumer report, which lists the top 20 selling ebooks  for the year to date. Crime dominates, interestingly, as do women writers who make up 18 of the 20 bestselling ebook authors. 288 more words

More Upheaval For EBook Subscription Suppliers

Current Scribd model unsustainable; changes punish romance writers for popularity

Publishers Weekly, The Bookseller and the Weekly Book Newsletter have all reported that the ebook subscription service Scribd has cut its romance catalogue to drastically reduce the number of romance and erotica titles it carries. 445 more words

AAP's (Association of American Publisher') 2014 report: the huge growth was in...

AAP’s 2014 report: the huge growth was in…

According to this

Publishers Weekly article by Jim Milliot

the AAP (Association of American Publishers) has released its final figures on book industry sales for 2014. 1,516 more words

Traditional Publishers

Self-Publishing Continues to Challenge Traditional Publishers

Digital Self-Publishing Trends Upward

While retailers were talking– once again, about the importance of mobile, video, personalization, and other digital trends at IRCE 2015… 645 more words

Business Strategy

Penguin Random House: heading for Hachette style fight...or joining KU?

Penguin Random House: heading for Hachette style fight…or joining KU?

Reports in the media suggest we may be heading for another

Hachazon War

with Amazon playing hard ball (hardback?) with Penguin Random House, the largest of the Big 5 USA trade publishers (trade books are the ones you bought in bookstores…not textbooks and such). 1,131 more words

Traditional Publishers

Six Days Left to Nominate My Novel on Kindle Scout

Well, I’ve set out on this new adventure, dangling my new novel in the hybrid publishing arena called Kindle Scout. After six more days – May 15 – the experiment will be over and I’ll get to see how worthwhile it was. 279 more words

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