Amazon's new program invites indies to sell Kindles and receive a commission from e-books bought by their customers (if the store is eligible). Many stores are unimpressed, with one bookstore worker likening the program to 'being complicit in your execution.'
Large states like California and Texas have the most bookstores. No surprise there. But when it comes to bookstores per capita, Montana, Wyoming, and Vermont top the list.
Amazon's annual competition comes with some changes this year as the company plans to publish the winner and adds new genres for the contest.
Books like 'Proof of Heaven' by Eben Alexander are experiencing blockbuster sales with no signs of slowing down.
Publishers Weekly faces controversy after naming 'Fifty Shades of Grey' author E L James 'Publishing Person of the Year' for 2012.
Historian Cherie Burns discusses the 1938 natural disaster that shocked New England.
Caroline B. Cooney's bestselling series began with 'The Face on the Milk Carton' and will end with the release of the fifth book, 'Janie Face to Face.'