digital attitudesNew Report on Parent, Teen, Child Book Consumption (GoodeReader)
Non-profit industry tracker BookNet Canada released the results of a fall online survey to investigate the digital attitudes and practices of a variety of readers.

Retailing: Do Trade Books on College Campuses Have a Future? (Publishers Weekly)
One of the first signs that trade books in campus bookstores might be deeply troubled was when the NACS Foundation released a white paper called “Defining the College Store of 2015” at its 2010 annual Camex convention.

Why the New York Times Needs to Think Less About Products and More About Relationships (GigaOM)
The New York Times is planning to roll out some micro-paywall products based around specific topic areas, but for some reason it refuses to consider the idea of a “membership” approach to readers — and that’s a mistake.

Brooke Warner’s Advice on Self-Publishing: Don’t Try to Do it All Yourself (GalleyCat)
Brooke Warner, founder of Warner Coaching Inc., a service for writers, is speaking at our upcoming Self-Publishing Intensive, a three-week virtual intensive dedicated to publishing your own book.

Kindle Daily Deals: Books by Camilla Lackberg (and others)

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