The answer resides in a seemingly incongruous combination of traits: First, in the time-honored authority of influence books hold among readers; and second, in the ways in which disruptive technological change can strengthen rather than weaken that influence.
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What are you thankful for this year? C-M Books is thankful this and every year for books! Here are 15 reasons you might agree.
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Every year the National Book Foundation features a few fresh faces or unfamiliar names among the nominees for its annual literary prize. This time around, though, there’s a twist.
To paraphrase John Waters: “We need to make books cool again. If you go home with somebody and they don’t have books, don’t sleep with them.” It’s a funny sentiment, but one he may feel has finally been achieved, as books – and their covers – have become something of an accessory.
The Association of American Publishers (AAP) issued its 2018 StatShot Annual Report which found, among other things, that the US book publishing industry generated an estimated $26.23 billion in net revenue for 2017, representing 2.72 billion units.
With unit sales of print books rising 4% in the adult nonfiction segment—the industry’s largest major category—total unit sales for the first half of 2018 increased 2% over the comparable period in 2017 at outlets that report to NPD BookScan.
The 2017 Printing Industries of America Dynamic Ratios survey results are in and the findings indicate a modest rise in printing industry profitability. On average, the typical printing firm’s profit as a percent of sales increased from 2.66 percent the previous year to 2.92 percent.
Cushing-Malloy (C-M Books) has already seen a boost in business since Edwards Brothers Malloy announced it will close its doors. We’ve experienced 70 years of great success and the future looks even brighter for our small family-owned and operated business.