Update on Special Bestseller Issue 2008

February 2009
Book Publishing Report;Feb2009, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p9
Trade Publication
The article offers updates on Special Bestseller Issue 2008 of the Book Publishing Report periodical from Simba Information Inc. It states that Book Publishing Report subscribers should receive the Special Bestseller Issue 2008, a compilation of authors, titles, categories, and imprints of 2008 which appeared on the composite ranking of Simba Information Inc. which was drawn from the bestsellers lists of Publishers Weekly, USA Today, and The New York Times periodicals.


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