Over at Critters Writers Workshop Andrew Burton crunches some numbers and looks at the upward trend of e-book sales.
He starts with:
I noticed in the WSJ that Stephen King says he now reads about half digitally.
This lead to a question about hard data on ebook sales, so I found that the Association of American Publishers reports ebooks are now over 9% of sales. They also present a chart showing their annual growth data from 2002, in dollars and percent of sales. It very much looks like the left/early side of a classic adoption S-curve.
Read the entire article by clicking on the Critter Workshop link.