“First-quarter e-book sales were down 2.5% and 36.6% in the adult and children’s/young adult categories, respectively, according to figures in AAP’s StatShot program. In adult books, the decline in e-book sales was offset..."
“Sales of print books for the first six months of 2015 were running just about even with the same period in 2014 at outlets that report to Nielsen BookScan. Units inched up 0.3% in the period, to more than 286 million.”
“Christian fiction readers read more than the national average and are more frequent book buyers. Nearly 50% of Christian fiction readers read more than 10 books annually; by comparison, only 36% of American adults read more than 10 books per year..."