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Bloggers and Publishers (Book Community Census results 4)

Of the “big six” publishing houses, we are in contact with: Harper Collins seems most engaged with reviewers. Penguin and Random House are, of course, one company, though their imprints are still separate. I have to say I’m surprised that Harper comes out on top; I believe they are stronger in the US than the … Continue reading

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Our Blogs (Book Community Census results 3)

Welcome to the third set of results to be published from the Book Community Census 2015 – a survey designed to understand how book reviewers, bloggers and tubers are working within the industry. Previous results have looked at bookblogging demographics and what bookbloggers and booktubers read. The final results – about how we work with … Continue reading

What We Read (Book Community Census results 2)

The second set of results to be released from the Book Community Census (read the first one – This is Us – here) is about what and how we read! We read predominantly… 91% of respondents read Young Adult fiction; that’s no surprise, given that this survey was predominantly publicised in YA circles. Again, this … Continue reading

This Is Us! (Book Community Census Results 1)

In January, I launched a large survey for book bloggers and book tubers to gain some oversight of our wonderful community. When it closed in May, the survey had almost 390 responses – which, whilst a little way from my target of 500, is still an impressive number of responses that hopefully mean the survey … Continue reading