Digital Bestseller Lists: Normal People leads the way

For the week ending 9th May, Sally Rooney’s Normal People punted into the Bookstat e-book number one, climbing one place to leapfrog Andrew Mayne’s The Girl Beneath the Sea. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

[ The Bookseller | 2020-05-16 12:06:19 UTC ]
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As the old saying goes, new year, new e-book charts—the Bookstat E-Book Top 10 is joining the Publisher E-Book Ranking in The Bookseller’s regular e-book chart section. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Claire McGowan’s The Other Wife returns to the Bookstat top spot, with the Northern Irish author’s latest continuing a great run, having spent three solid months in the top 10 and earning four (non-consecutive) pole positions. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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According to the New York Times bestseller lists, a lot of people are reading about racism.

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Digital Bestseller Lists: Buchanan's Wall scales the heights

For the week ending 4th April, it was all change in the Bookstat e-book top 10, as nine new entries rushed in.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Digital Bestseller Lists: May makes hay with the bay

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Digital bestseller lists: Koontz’s Wuhan tale tops chart

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Digital Bestseller Lists: Marian holds the Keyes to the top

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Digital bestseller lists: Koontz’s prophetic novel hits charts

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Digital Bestseller Lists: Secret Family is a winning formula

Ali Mercer’s His Secret Family climbed two places to swipe the Bookstat E-Book number one for the first time, for the week ending 22nd February. Continue reading at The Bookseller

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Just how odd is this month’s bestseller list? A look at pre-election bestsellers from years past.

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Because money is great, Faber is publishing the complete Normal People screenplays.

As The Bookseller reports, UK publisher Faber has announced that they will be releasing the complete screenplays of Normal People, the popular BBC adaptation of Sally Rooney’s novel of the same name. Whether or not you understand on a larger level the reason anyone might buy and read a... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Faber to publish Normal People screenplays

Faber is to release the complete screenplays of the television series "Normal People", based on Sally Rooney's novel of the same title.  Continue reading at The Bookseller

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An author bought his own book to get higher on bestseller lists. Is that fair?

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This new nonprofit trains people for digital media jobs after leaving prison

Twelve formerly incarcerated fellows will learn how to produce videos, podcasts, and other digital media in Second Chance Studio’s yearlong program. For someone who’s just gotten out of prison, it can often be nearly impossible to land a job, both because of the bias of hiring managers and... Continue reading at Fast Company

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Megha Majumdar’s ‘A Burning’ is blazing up the bestseller list and emerging as the must-read novel of the summer

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