Monday, November 19, 2012

BOOK REPORT: Book News For The Week of November 18th


Big News From Jeff Carlson
 Author of the bestselling Plague Year trilogy, Jeff Carlson has just sold his next novel, an apocalyptic thriller, Interrupt, to 47 North with a planned release date of July 2013.

Kindle Reading Share 

In a recent survey it was determined out of all ereaders, 55% read their ebooks on a Kindle device.

France Makes Tax Claim Against Amazon 

France the country has filed a tax claim in the amount of $252 million to Amazon for unpaid taxes.

Best Books of 2012 
It's the time of year for "best books of the year" lists and Amazon has just released theirs.

Simon & Schuster Donations 
Publishing giant Simon & Schuster has come up with several initiatives to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy, including civilians, booksellers, libraries and schools.

Used Ereaders 

In a recent study it was determined that a third of ereaders are only used once.

Lenders into Buyers 
A look at ereading habits and turning ebook lenders into ebook buyers.

Tallying Sandy's Losses 
An article and map showing what bookstores were hit hardest on the East Coast by Hurricane Sandy.

Terrifying Twilight Merchandise 
The most terrifying Twilight merchandise you will ever see.

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