Religious Print Books Decline Overall, e-Books Continue Growth

08-30ebooks_full_600.jpgReligious presses reported a nearly 25% increase in e-books for the first nine months of 2012 versus January-September 2011, with sales of more than $43 million, according to the latest figures available from the Association of American Publishers (AAP). The association has seen double-digit growth in religious digital books during several past reports.

Overall, religious book sales for the year-to-date versus the same time frame in 2011 saw a 7% drop to more than $405 million. Compared to September 2011, September 2012 experienced an 8.3% decline for religious presses to $69.3 million.

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SOURCE: Christian Retailing
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