The much-ballyhooed fall in sales of traditionally published e-books in 2016 was balanced by an expanded share of book sales for e-tailers.
Print and e-book packages haven't gained traction, but what about audio and e-book?
When you look into the rearview mirror of book retailing what do you see? A path littered with failed national chains, including Borders, Hastings, and B. Dalton, along with the rising dominance of Amazon. When you look into the future, what do you see? A path where Barnes & Noble believes smaller concept stores with…
HarperCollins will introduce a new backlist program for U.S.-based independent booksellers on January 1, 2017. The program, the publisher said in a statement, is "designed to reward and support independent retailers that maintain a varied selection of HarperCollins backlist titles specific to the store’s strengths and customer base."