Self Publishing Fuels Growth of Print Books


The romance with the printed word shows no signs of abating. Despite the rapid growth in e-book sales in recent years, print book output in 2011 grew by 6%, to 347,178 titles, compared to the prior year.

The preliminary numbers released Tuesday by bibliographic database Bowker are “the most significant expansion in more than four years” in the traditional publishing sector, the company said in its annual report on U.S. print book publishing. The uptick was driven entirely by self-published titles. Without them, the number of print titles would have been flat.

 
Dog Ear Publishing is a full service self publishing company offering book design, print on demand, offset printing options, e-book and book marketing services.
 
Contact Miles Nelson with questions.  milesn@dogearpublishing.net or 866-823-9613
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