Fiction, Tie-Ins Soar in 2009 as Hardcover Sours

February 2010
Book Publishing Report;Feb2010 Supplement, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the rankings of best seller fictions and paperbacks in 2009, wherein, fiction rose while paperback dropped according to Simba Information Inc. It states that romance remained in the number one category, while both mystery/detective and fantasy shown large progress between 2008 and 2009. It offers several tables showing the lists and rankings of books, with biography and autobiography slipped to number five, while the movie tie-in category presented a striking performance.


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