India’s “perfect”, “phenomenal”, “best ever”, “significant”, “watershed” year in publishing

Regulars here at TNPS perhaps won’t be so surprised by the headline. I’ve long said India is publishing’s brightest prospect. And 2018 seems to have been the tipping point at which India shifted from being just another nascent market to a publishing priority. First some headline grabbing quotes from Indian publishers courtesy of The New Read More …

Start The Day Global – 28 September 2018

We’re into our second year here at TNPS and rolling out a new feature, Start the Day Global, which will be a ragbag of international stories that pass my desk each day that I don’t have time to devote a dedicated post to. Here’s today’s curation. It was World Literacy Day earlier this month, and Read More …

HarperCollins India CEO – “Indians are reading more ebooks. We are seeing a steady increase in ebook sales”

It’s not something we hear said much nowadays. People are buying more ebooks. In India, that is. In the US the story is somewhat different, with the Big 5 US publishers all happily reporting ebook sales trending down, as they manoeuvre to protect their core print market. Time was we could look to Author Earnings Read More …

HarperCollins adds its catalogue to India’s Juggernaut app

HarperCollins will be launching its catalogue on the Juggernaut app this summer as the company seeks to embrace the potential of the India digital books market. HarperCollins publishes some of the finest and most read books in the world – and we are delighted to be selling these on our platform and working closely with Read More …

World Book Day snapshot:  India and Nigeria

Monday April 23 was World Book Day and across the globe the event is being celebrated. This week TNPS will be taking some snapshot views of how different countries are marking the occasion. Today we take at look at events in Nigeria and India. Airtel Nigeria is this week donating 5000 books and hosting book-reading Read More …