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BOOKS - News
  • Book Publishing May Actually Save Itself
  • The book publishing industry just finished its annual convention, called BEA (BookExpo America.) For three days in New York City, publishers exhibited their new and forthcoming titles, and occasionally took orders from the dramatically dwindling ranks of independent bookstore buyers. Yet there was a feeling of optimism in the hall. The question was: why?
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  • Consumer and educational book publishing
  • The global market for consumer and educational books was worth US$101.6bn in 2012, down from revenue of US$101.7bn in 2008. Revenue is forecast to grow by a CAGR of 1%, to reach a total of US$104.3bn in 2017. Even though growth in printed books is flat or declining in most markets, it is being offset by a rise in revenues from e-books, which will account for 22% of all books sold around the world in 2017, up from 9% in 2012.
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  • EBook reader market remains modest
  • Amazon is the most popular name in the eBook reader market, the market which has the annual growth rate of 30 percent, but remains very small.
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  • Inspirational book ‘Life without Limits’ published in Vietnamese
  • Tri Viet Company (First News) announced it has published ‘Life without Limits’, an autobiography of internationally renowned writer Nick Vujicic in Vietnamese and is available in bookstores nationwide.
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  • Translator’s memoir inspires readers to overcome adversity
  • A 34-year-old woman who has suffered from muscular dystrophy since she was a teenager has written a memoir entitled Khong Guc Nga (Never Give Up).
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