Tor Books Remains Steady in 2006 Despite No New Jordan Titles

September 2006
Book Publishing Report;9/4/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 34, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports that the revenue for Tor Books, the science fiction and fantasy of Holtzbrinck, is stable in 2006 without the assistance of a new Robert Jordan title. Tor Books anticipates revenue to come close to the 65 million figure the company posted in 2005. This year, the company will bring out 198 new trade titles and 149 market titles, slightly down from numbers of 220 and 152 last year.


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