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Publishers Weekly ran an interesting story last week about book sales in 2020; contrary to conventional wisdom, books are selling pretty well. 191 million ebooks contributed to the surge, but, surprisingly, print sales also shot up meaningfully.

"Print sales rose 8.2% over 2019, the largest annual increase since 2005, and the print total of 751 million units sold was the highest since 2009, the year before e-books started to become a meaningful part of the book business."

Read the full article.

- Chris

There is an excellent piece about Bald Cypress Books in today's edition of the Delaware State News, written by long-time local journalist Glenn Rolfe. I spoke with Mr. Rolfe last week about my interest in writing and book publishing, my mission, my process, and my plans for the future. The article leaves no stone unturned in covering not only the release of my latest book, but everything about what I'm doing, and why. It's a fantastic example of a journalist digging deeper than the press release and discovering the bigger story, and I'm grateful for the coverage.

You can find the article in the print edition of the paper, or online.

- Chris

Despite an estimated print time of thirty business days, the new batch of hardcover copies of Military Interference With the Election in Delaware, 1862, arrived today, weeks early. The handful of preorders submitted while hardcovers were out of stock will be fulfilled immediately. Thank you for your patience.

- Chris

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