Oline Cogdill
altEvery airport, every doctor's office, darn near everywhere, I see more and more people reading on a device.
Maybe people finally learned how to work all those reading devices they received as holiday gifts.

And the proof of the devices' popularity is in the sales.
USA Today recently reported that the "the e-book outsold the print version for 18 of the top 50 books on the newspaper's bestselling books list, including all three Stieg Larsson novels. The week before, 19 had higher e-book than print sales. That was the first time the top 50 list has had more than two titles in which the e-version outsold print."


More proof?
Charles Todd's newly released A Lonely Death sold approximately the same number of e-books as it did physical books.
Happy reading.