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    A Texas bookstore readies for opening in a former Borders location; a New Jersey bookstore inspired by Barack Obama’s first election turns eight; a New Hampshire college store ponders going corporate; and more.

  • Bookstore News: January 17, 2017

    New stores prep for openings in Texas and North Carolina; a store takes root in the former home of a long-time Pennsylvania bookstore; an Illinois bookstore considers going nonprofit; and more.

  • This Week's Bestsellers: January 16, 2017

    Oprah Winfrey's first cookbook, 'Food, Health, and Happiness,' is the #1 book in the country, and comics anthology 'Love Is Love,' a tribute to the victims of the Pulse nightclub mass shooting, debuts on our list.

  • The Year in Bestsellers 2016

    Conglomerates continued to drive bestsellers in 2016, while readers still turned to coloring books for comfort.

  • November Bookstore Sales Rose 1.5%

    November's bookstore sales were $805 million, an increase of 1.5% over November 2015. Sales for the first 11 months of 2016 were up 3.4%.

  • Norway's Top E-bookseller Wants More English Bestsellers

    Norway’s top e-bookstore, ebok.no, is in talks to add English-language books from some of America's Big Five publishers and has started a new subscription service.

  • Bookstore News: January 12, 2017

    New stores prep for openings in Massachusetts, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania; a store in Illinois adds a new outlet, in New York; a California bookstore gets ready to change hands; and more.

  • Children’s Booksellers End 2016 on an Up Note

    Hands down, the presidential election was the biggest factor in holiday sales last year.

  • Future House Publishing: A Young Press Off to a Bright Start

    After only two years of publishing, Utah’s Future House Publishing has seen a fair amount of success.

  • Memphis Bookstore Not Likely to Be Saved, Says Owner

    Despite generating $5 million in sales a year, Neil Van Uum is closing Booksellers at Laurelwood in Memphis, Tenn., citing rent hikes and slowing sales as the culprit.

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