Why it’s so important to keep your awards metadata up-to-date.
We hope you haven't put away the New Year's confetti yet; today marks the release of the RBC Taylor Prize 2018 shortlist! We take a look at how this award impacts sales of nominated titles.
Today is the day that the nominees for the Ontario Library Association's (OLA) Forest of Reading awards are announced. We look at the sales impact of this award.
As the leaves continue their annual turn into brilliant autumn foliage, we, too, continue our literary awards blog series. This time we're looking at the shortlist for the Governor General’s Literary Award 2017.
Today marks the announcement of the Scotiabank Giller Prize shortlist. Let us tell you all about the Giller Effect and how the shortlist announcement impacts sales.
We are chuffed to see the literary awards season in full swing and to be announcing the second instalment of our literary awards blog post series. Today marks the announcement of the Rogers Writers' Trust Fiction Prize shortlist.
It's literary awards season! For the next few weeks, we will be featuring blog posts on the sales impact of some major national literary awards.
Did you know that before Do Not Say We Have Nothing was an award-winning novel, before it was published even, library staff across the country had started recommending it?
Can quantitative analysis be used to predict bestselling or prize-winning books? We discuss this question and more with Andrew Piper, a man who has cultivated a 75% prediction rate.