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Don’t Write Obit for Paperbooks As Yet, Article Says

Just when we were planning out the obituary of paper/physical books, comes the news that this might not be the case. According to an article in The Guardian, this year’s chosen 6, the Booker prize contenders, have already sold a combined 37,500 books in hardback, up 127% from last year’s contenders. Click here for the article.

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