improve for E—or the reverse? lengthy Tail shrinking as Borders cuts again on stock in book ‘face-out’

E-books may get a lift if more booksellers practice Borders’ recent move to show more books with covers facing out. The choice of titles on the chains superstores will decline five or ten percent, in step with the Wall side road Journal. notice the picture from a Neil Gaiman book signing at Borders? lots of the books in the heritage are facing spine out, not quilt out. may Borders’ plans in reality be excellent information in the long run for small publishers, which can suffer the most at the moment? It sends

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