Expanded Best Seller List

(Books, Fiction, Nonfiction, eBooks, Best of 2011) Permanent link

I always skim the lists of bestsellers in the Sunday New York Times Book Review when the library copy comes my way. The lists have traditionally included hardcover fiction and nonfiction, and paperbacks in various formats and genres.

Not surprisingly, there are now two news lists: E-Book Best Sellers and Combined Print and E-Book Best Sellers. There is also a comparison of the fiction bestsellers – where the same title falls on the print list vs. the e-book list.

There is quite a bit of overlap. The titles high on the print lists are also high on the e-book list. Obviously readers want a particular title and the format is increasingly unimportant.

Is the format important / unimportant to you? I admit I still prefer print.

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The New York Times Best Sellers
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http://www.nytimes.com/best-sellers-books/overview.html

Posted by Ann Rohrbaugh at 02/25/2011 04:27:47 PM | 


Still can't beat the New York Times book review though
Posted by: Katie ( Email ) at 2/28/2011 5:18 PM


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