Nervous about how the new young adult BISAC codes are going to impact your data and your BookNet data services? Don't be, we're ready when you are.
The BNC podcast is back with a new season! Our first episode involves a panel of Canadian publishing professionals getting down and dirty about why adults are buying YA books but labelling them as adult?
YA is really shaking up the BISAC world with an important announcement today! YA and juvenille have officially split. Read on to discover changes that impact every level of the supply chain and what you can be doing to transition!
How do readers feel about book subscription services and which ones are most popular with Canadian consumers? You wanted to know, so we went ahead and asked a reader!
We're so excited to be announcing the first wave of speakers you can see at this year's Tech Forum!
Check out who is going to be delivering killer presentations and workshops at ebookcraft 2016!
We're back with another round of Ask a Reader! We dive into the resources readers are using to discover their next great reads, and discover where most readers get their recommendations from.
In the spirit of a little healthy competition between book-loving countries, we wanted to see how Canadian reading habits stacked up to our neighbours in the US. We brushed off BookNet's Canadian Leisure Time Study to do a quick comparison.
Give a warm welcome to Jordyn Martinez, BookNet's new research intern!
Retailers and libraries come to us and ask: "what can publishers give us to display their books?" The 49th Shelf staff sidle up and whisper: "do you know where we can get PDF chapters?" And then there are dates! What dates do you want to see, retailers? What dates can you supply, publishers?
BookNet Canada wants to know. We need to know to help you publish, distribute, sell, or loan books more effectively. Read on to learn how you can make a huge contribution.