The Bookseller provides an incisive, objective view into the publishing industry, featuring news and analysis, reaching all major UK booksellers and publishers and nearly 100 countries throughout the world. Published since 1858, more than 150 years of experience have toned this tome into one of the most respected and reliable publishing publications on the market. And it’s not easy to find.
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The Bookseller is the weekly source of incisive, objective industry news and analysis, reaching all major booksellers and publishers in the UK and in nearly 100 countries worldwide.
Identifying and analysing market trends is just one of the things The Bookseller covers, making it an invaluable resource for anyone involved in or interested in the sale of books. With Amazon selling more e-books than hard copies in the last year, times are tough for the traditional bookshop. Book shop browsers blunder in to read the blurbs, and some big chains think they can snare more punters by popping a coffee at their elbow as they read, but many of these people then go home and order the same thing on Amazon for a fraction of the price. But there’s nothing quite like the feel of a brand new paper-back, spine as yet un-cracked, as you peel off the bag and settle on the sofa with a cat on your lap and a cuppa.
It’s for this reason that, however they’re purchased, we trust kindle will never replace the hard copy. And The Bookseller is the tool that allows those interested in the industry to keep tabs on the situation.
The Bookseller includes sales figures and the book charts, but is also great for simple lovers of literature. You may find an interview with your favourite author, his profiles, details of his next project. In the columns you will find informed and interesting opinions on the direction or value of some of the really big names: what are the Riggio brothers doing making Barnes & Noble a private company? Do bookshops need to free themselves from the regimentations of ‘library lay-outs’? And with previews of the next exciting books to hit the market, if you value your books, The Bookseller is certainly on the same page.