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Katie Morhen, 12 Jan 2012
A major online retailer is beginning a new project that will see it re-publish a number of out-of-print recommendations by a famous librarian, it was announced yesterday (January 11th). Amazon is set...
12 Jan 2012
Publishers and booksellers across the US are capitalising on the success of a popular British TV series after its second season began airing last Sunday (January 9th), it has been reported. American...
Katie Morhen, 11 Jan 2012
The effects of the global economic downturn have driven a popular Canadian publishing house into a merger with a leading industry name, it was announced yesterday (January 10th). McClelland & Stewart
11 Jan 2012
The international publishing sector is expected to be worth $322.7 billion (£209 billion) by the year 2015 as digital publishing complements the print platform, research released yesterday (January...
Katie Morhen, 10 Jan 2012
The combined efforts of the Mary Portas report and the Bookseller Association’s IndieBound campaign helped drive consumers to high streets to support independent bookstores, it has been reported. As...
10 Jan 2012
One of Britain’s most successful singer-songwriters is due to have a book published detailing his account of the AIDS epidemic as part of his efforts to raise money to support his charity cause.
Katie Morhen, 09 Jan 2012
Golfing sensation Tiger Woods will have his career detailed in a new tell all from his former coach Hank Haney in a book due to be published by Crown Archetype on March 27th. However, the story will...
09 Jan 2012
A blog written by an unnamed Chinese author has caused a storm in the publishing world with a film already created to celebrate its love story, it has been reported. Set during the Cultural...
Katie Morhen, 06 Jan 2012
The biography of the late Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson topped the list of the most popular e-books gifted in Christmas 2011, it was revealed yesterday (January 5th). In second place was The Hunger...
06 Jan 2012
The number one bookseller in the US is looking to separate its digital division in an effort to capitalise on the success of its e-reader, it was announced yesterday (January 5th). Barnes & Noble has...
Katie Morhen, 05 Jan 2012
It seems Amazon is maintaining its grip on the e-reader market as it accounted for 92 per cent of the devices’ 1.3 million sales during Christmas 2011, research released yesterday (January 4th)...
05 Jan 2012
A leading bookseller is believed to be selling its publishing division amid steep competition from an online retailer as it plans to expand its digital platform instead, it was reported today...
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