The Diary Trade

The link below is to an article that takes a look at the diary trade – people who love to get into other people’s diaries.

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Hachette will start selling books straight from Twitter


Hachette Book Group will start selling books straight from tweets, though it can’t be labeled more than an experiment for now: The publisher has partnered with digital distributor Gumroad to sell three gifty print books “for a limited time and in limited quantities” via the books’ authors’ tweets.

The print titles are Amanda Palmer’s The Art of Asking (starting December 11), Chris Hadfield’s You Are Here (starting December 15) and The Onion’s The Onion Magazine: The Iconic Covers that Transformed an Undeserving World (starting December 18). Each book sold will be accompanied by “an exclusive bonus item” — in the case of The Onion’s book, for instance, it’s a set of notecards.

“With so much of our book marketing done socially now, in-stream [company]Twitter[/company] purchasing is a natural next step,” Michael Pietsch, Hachette Book Group CEO, said in a statement.

Here’s an example from another Gumroad partnership that shows what this will look…

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mixPaper for Facebook

The link below is to an article that takes a look at mixPaper for Facebook, an app that will soon be selling ebooks via Facebook.

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Article: Used Ebook Sales Illegal in Europe?

The link below is to an article that reports on the situation in Europe for selling used ebooks.

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Statistics: Top 50 Christian Books of 2012

The link below is to a table that shows the top 50 selling Christian books of 2012.

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