Simon & Schuster UK saw a marginal boost to profits in 2016, driven by Bruce Springsteen’s Born To Run and its children’s division.... Read more
Sainsbury’s head of books and music Pete Selby has said the market this year for celebrity autobiographies has been "particularly challenging", and warned that the... Read more
Film tie-in editions flourish in October's Monthly E-Book Ranking.
Bruce Springsteen's memoir Born to Run (Simon & Schuster) has been longlisted for the Penderyn Music Book Prize alongside memoirs from musicians Johnny Marr and... Read more
Books by Bruce Springsteen and Amy Schumer have helped Simon & Schuster to an 11% year-on-year increase in its third quarter revenue to $226m (£181m).... Read more
Sales momentum could see The Girl on the Train reign for a long time yet on the Weekly E-Book Ranking.
This week's picture gallery includes events featuring Val McDermid, Martina Cole, Nick Sharratt, Vivienne Westwood and even "The Boss" himself, Bruce Springsteen.
Paula Hawkins' The Girl on the Train takes the number one spot, while Bloomsbury claims its highest-ever Weekly E-Book Ranking position.
The Girl on the Train (Black Swan) has chugged its way back into the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, selling 49,506 copies for... Read more
Bruce Springsteen has thundered into the Official UK Top 50 number one spot with his memoir Born to Run (Simon & Schuster), which sold 37,518... Read more