As if you didn’t already suspect that e-readers will keep attracting buyers, a survey from Bookboon.com finds that about three-quarters of its respondents expect to be reading e-books within two years… Read more .
I can’t be sure whether the survey is statistically accurate, given that it depended on participants’ willingness to
… Read more Publishers promote their enhanced e-books, which offer quick updates, links to maps and additional data, even videos. Now, to compete – in a way – with those extras, some print books will offer extras, available at bookstores. For example, the new book by Joanne Harris, author of the bestselling “Chocolat,”
… Read more Bookstores promote browsing. Unfortunately, in our current click-and-buy age, people browse at a bookstore then buy online (if they buy). Leading to the demise of so many wonderful places of discovery for readers.
What happens when more books are printed digitally than appear in paper-and-cardboard editions? How will the casual