Bestselling e-books ranking reflects steep growth - Books, Arts & Entertainment - The Independent

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eBook Sales Up 190%

In early 2011, The New York Times will launch both fiction and nonfiction bestseller lists for e-books. These will be published in addition to its 14 other bestseller book lists for hardcover, paperback, children's books and graphic books.

This move reflects the increase in e-book sales with e-readers such as Amazon's Kindle and Apple's iPad. According to the Association of American Publishers, US e-books sales in 2010 have risen 190% compared to 2009.

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