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  • Book-of-the-Month Club Reboots

    The venerable club's new model pivots from a mail-order business to a hardcover subscription service.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: January 25, 2016

    ‘Retire Inspired’ by Chris Hogan, a Dave Ramsey protégé, is the #1 book in the country. Plus ‘Olive Kitteridge’ author Elizabeth Strout hits #1 in Hardcover Fiction with her new novel, a picture book about the real-life origins of Winnie-the-Pooh gets a boost from its Caldecott win, and much more.

  • Bookselling Roundup, Week Ending January 22, 2016

    Canadian chain Indigo goes small; a Tustin, Calif., bookstore prepares to shutter; Amazon gets taxed in Colorado; and more.

  • What's Selling at Inkwood Books

    Amanda Hurley, manager of Inkwood Books in Tampa, Fla., shared news of some titles with double appeal: books, she reports, that "are selling well – and that I’m having a lot of fun selling."

  • Glimmer of Hope for St. Mark’s

    Despite being taken to court by its landlord for nonpayment of back rent, St. Mark's Bookshop in NYC's East Village has an investor who will pay off its debt.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: January 18, 2016

    ’The Revenant’ took the long road from page to screen, and back again; its tie-in edition and a host of others appear on our adult and children’s lists. Plus we see how publishers are helping readers keep their 2016 resolutions, and check in on a three-year-old wedding title that got a boost during engagement season.

  • The Weekly Scorecard: Tracking Unit Print Sales for Week Ending January 10, 2016

    PW's weekly look at print book sales powered by Nielsen Bookscan.

  • Bookselling Roundup, Week Ending January 15, 2016

    New bookstores are coming soon to Claremont, Calif., Ankeny, Iowa, and Philadelphia.

  • Strong Holidays Give Children's Bookstores a Boost in 2015

    "Indie bookselling is back," Vivien Jennings, owner of Rainy Day Books in Fairway, Kan., proclaimed after a "wonderful" holiday season with sales up 11%.

  • WPW to Manage Quarto’s Remainder Biz

    Newly formed World Pub Wholesale has partnered with Quarto Publishing Group USA to become the exclusive sales force for Quarto's remainders, overstock, and hurts (damaged books).

  • The Hot and Cold Book Categories of 2015

    The hottest category in 2015 was art/architecture/photography, which had a 60% increase in unit sales in 2015 over 2014 at outlets that report to Nielsen BookScan.

  • Canadian Indies Report Strong 2015

    Independent bookstores across the country are reporting a very positive year, with some stores citing double-digit growth in 2015.

  • Indie Bookstores Finish 2015 on High Note

    In addition to the shop-local movement, good weather and a strengthening economy boosted sales at many independent bookstores.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: January 11, 2016

    'The Revenant' took the long road from page to screen, and back again; its tie-in edition and a host of others appear on our adult and children’s lists. Plus we see how publishers are helping readers keep their 2016 resolutions, and check in on a three-year-old wedding title that got a boost during engagement season.

  • The Year in Bestsellers: 2015

    Our annual look at the big books of the past year confirms that 2015 was the year of the adult coloring book, and that movie tie-ins continue to dominate the charts.

  • Bookselling Roundup, Week Ending January 8, 2016

    New stores are opening in Key West and Clanton, Ala., while a temporary store in Bremerton, Wash., is converting to a permanent one.

  • Holiday Comp Sales Rose at B&N

    Comparable store sales rose 0.6% at Barnes & Noble over the nine-week holiday period that ended January 2, 2016. Excluding sales of Nook products, comp sales were up 1.6%.

  • Algonquin Goes Vinyl for ‘Music City’ Novel Promo

    In a small press first, Algonquin released a 45 to promote Ed Tarkington's debut novel, which is shot-through with ‘70s music. It features two original songs written and performed by Grammy-nominated country musician Will Hoge.

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