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Dec 14 2012: Market research firm IHS iSuppli says that after "spectacular" growth during the past few years, the e-book reader market is now on an "alarmingly precipitous decline," due to the growing popularity of tablets - down an estimated 36 percent this year and anticipated 27 ...
Dec 12 2012: Under an agreement announced Tuesday between Amazon and Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, Amazon will begin collecting and remitting sales tax in Massachusetts beginning Nov. 1, 2013. In a statement from Patrick's office, Amazon and Massachusetts will "work together ...
Dec 10 2012: Amazon has launched a Kindle Store in Canada, but has yet to officially announce its existence.
Dec 04 2012: The BBC has commissioned a six-part series based on Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke which is scheduled for release in 2013. The BBC is also planning an adaptation of J.K. Rowling's A Casual Vacancy for 2014.
Dec 03 2012: David Oliver Relin, a journalist and adventurer who achieved acclaim as co-author of the best seller Three Cups of Tea (2006) and then suffered emotionally and financially as basic facts in the book were called into question, died Nov. 15 in Multnomah County, Ore. He ...
Nov 30 2012: The author of the Fifty Shades Trilogy, E.L. James, has been named Publishers Weekly's Publishing Person of the Year for 2012.
Nov 30 2012: Kevin Powers has won the Guardian first book award for The Yellow Birds, which takes its title from a US army marching song and has drawn comparisons with Cormac McCarthy and Ernest Hemingway.
Nov 29 2012: Amazon is to open a European publishing wing, focused on English-language titles for the UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain. Jeff Belle, Amazon Publishing vice-president, said Amazon was "determined to invent ways to help authors reach more readers". Amazon already ...
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