The essential guide to today’s book market Sales of English-language print books in the Travel and Self-Help categories dropped in 2020 when compared with their 2019 sales, according to new research released by BookNet Canada. Books in the Games, Education, and Thriller categories, however, saw their sales rise. But the biggest category growth was found … Read more
from BookNet Canada BookNet Canada has released a series of three research reports, The Canadian Book Consumer 2013, providing valuable insight into consumer book-buying patterns. In-Depth Reader Profiles examines the demographics and buying patterns of consumers purchasing specific genres of books. Book Purchases by Channel looks at how discovery channels impact buyers of different formats and whether buyers of … Read more
Munro Is First Canadian Winner; 13th Female Winner via BookNet Canada Winning the Nobel Prize in Literature resulted in a significant increase in Alice Munro’s book sales not just in Canada, but also internationally, according to a study released by BookNet Canada. Alice Munro, at Home and Abroad: How the Nobel Prize in Literature Affects Book … Read more
via BookNet Canada Tech Forum Tech Forum is an annual conference that focuses on digital developments in the book publishing industry. As the largest tech-focused professional development event in the Canadian publishing industry, it provides hundreds of book industry professionals with the opportunity to learn, debate, network and glimpse … Read more
Via BookNet Canada What do Canadians think of when they think of Canadian books? This report studies consumer attitudes towards books by Canadian authors and about Canadian subjects. The full report is available here. For more information on this study, see BookNet Canada’s blog.