Despite newspapers’ barely-budging digital revenues, e-books seemed to be doing just fine in 2012. Leading the charge are Philly favorite daughters Jennifer Weiner and Lisa Scottoline, respective queens of chick-lit and crime. Each had three e-books rank in Publisher’s Weekly‘s bestseller list; Scottoline’s top seller was Come Home, at 53,000. Weiner’s was The Next Best Thing, at 93,000. [Publisher's Weekly]
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