USA Today reports that according to Statista.com, $5.5 billion was spent last year on eBooks in the U.S., which is over 4 times more than in Japan, the next-biggest-selling market. That's a whole lot of 99 cent novels and novellas!
On the other hand, more depressing statistics about the average adult in the US not having read an entire book in the past year. Sigh. That must mean that the ones who DO read, are voracious consumers of their favorite genre, which is? Romance, of course.
And if the average US adult isn't reading, who is?
Finland is the most literate country in the world, according to a new report from Central Connecticut State University. The World’s Most Literate Nations led by John W. Miller, president of Central Connecticut State University, revealed that Norway, Iceland, Denmark, and Sweden were also among the most well-read countries globally. The United States ranked at No. 7.The report analyzed reading habits in more than 60 countries.This is from a report by