For those of you missing the news, here are some totals reported from the AAP survey for July. (The last posts below were from June and the first half of 2012.)
This is quoted from Publisher’s Marketplace.
“The AAP reported sales for July from the nearly 1,200 publishers they track. Overall net trade sales of $522.5 million were up 12 percent, with all of the gains and then some coming from trade paperbacks and adult–very adult–ebooks, still led by the remarkable 50 Shades trilogy.
“E-Book sales were almost the same as in June, at $137.8 million, up 62 percent versus a year ago.”
In other words, up over last year, but flat from month to month. No growth in ebooks from June to July.