How Amazon’s massive digital book sales were sold out for the week August 17, 2021 August 17, 2021 admin

Amazon’s ebook sales fell by 5.7% to a $2.2 billion week, according to an estimate from BookScan, a company that tracks the book industry.

The decline is less than the industry average of 7.9%.

The company says it expects that figure to grow to $2 billion in 2018.

Amazon’s overall sales fell 9.7%, but it’s the company’s digital books that have taken a hit.

It’s not just that Amazon’s digital sales have been slow to rebound.

It also hasn’t been the same pace of growth that the industry had seen before the year, BookScan noted.

BookScan said the overall pace of digital book market growth in the U.S. has been below the industry norm for the last two years, dropping from an average of 12% in 2016 to 4% in 2017.

The report comes amid growing pressure on Amazon to bring its e-book business online.

The company is currently testing out a new Kindle line in the US.

Its recent decision to end Kindle Prime services also has some critics worried about Amazon’s ability to bring e-books to people’s living rooms.

The news is a welcome sign for publishers and booksellers that the company has made some progress in bringing e-readers to their shelves, even if the new line isn’t a slam dunk.

Bookscan, which also tracks book sales, also said Amazon’s sales of digital books have also fallen.

Its sales have dropped 4.6% in the last 12 months, it noted.

This week, the company also reported a record volume of 2.1 million e-reader orders from March through May.

BookScout said it’s also expected that book sales will start to climb again in 2019, but that they won’t be the same level as in 2017, which is the year before the book was sold out.

The industry has seen several years of rapid growth in ebook sales, but BookScan predicts the industry will see a decline of 10% in 2018, while the year after will see it drop another 13%.