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The BNC Blog
We were able to officially declare this week that ebookcraft 2015 will have 50/50 gender representation. Hooray! #makeit5050. To celebrate, here’s a sneak peek of our lineup of guest bloggers for the new year, culled from the amazing speakers, moderators, and experts hosting a knowledge smackdown at ebookcraft this March.
Where does the average Romance book buyer purchase books? How do they discover them? Do they prefer print or e-readers? What turns them on? (Okay, we didn’t ask that last one. But the rest are true.)
In this latest, sultry infographic from our In-Depth Reader Profiles, we take an intimate look at the average Canadian who purchases Romance books.
Canadian book buyers across the country have a lot in common. We buy more print books than ebooks, we almost always pay full price, and we’re most likely to discover our books online, though we prefer to buy them in-store.But some interesting discrepancies do arise in our latest consumer study, Coast to Coast: Book-Buyers Across Canada, among book buyers from Western Canada, the Prairies, Central Canada, and the Maritimes.