Does this mean anything to authors or publishers other than they should publish in both formats or risk losing a chunk of sales? Unless you publish children’s picture books.
Several Dr. Seuss books made the best seller list without a single digital copy for sale.
The bigger issue is not format, but price.
E-books took the biggest tumble.
Consumers purchased a digital book in 2009 for $10.49 and in 2012 the e-book cost consumers $5.65.
Did they fall because authors and publishers are giving away content and selling creations for a few pennies as a way to lure readers? Yes!