September 24, 2017

From Hornsby to New York: how an erotic e-book became a $1m blockbuster

From Hornsby to New York: how an erotic e-book became a m blockbuster
An erotic novel published by her Hornsby company, the Writer's Coffee Shop, has hit the No.1 spot on The New York Times e-book fiction best-seller list and been sold for more than $ 1 million to Random House. This is a publishing triumph of an entirely …
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Publishers try to adjust to e-reader surge
Sales of e-books have grown exponentially since 2007, but the sale of physical books still commands the lion's share of the publishing market. Projections say that won't be the case in five years. Those who want to read Christian novelist Beth …
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Beth Wiseman's New Novel Part of Digital Experiment From Thomas Nelson Fiction
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Feb 28, 2012 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) — Expected to surpass a million books in print in 2012 after less than four years as an author, novelist Beth Wiseman is one of the fastest growing new Christian fiction author brands of the …
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Book Buying Survey 2012: Book Circ Takes A Hit
Nor is it surprising that, as budgets are cut, some respondents have adapted their purchasing policies, particularly in the high-circ area of fiction. And with ebooks taking off, one might expect the materials budget breakdown to shift somewhat in …
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