Simba: 17% of Bookstores Partied for Paolini; Meyer Leading USA Today

October 2008
Book Publishing Report;Oct2008, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p8
Trade Publication
The article offers information on parties thrown by U.S. bookstores for authors Stephanie Meyer and Christopher Paolini. The monthly survey conducted by Simba showed that about 31.3% of bookstores around the U.S. had a midnight party or some other special events the day the book "Breaking Dawn" by Meyer was published while approximately 17.8% threw a party when "Brisingr" by Paolini was released.


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