Carol Fitzgerald Comments on the Weak Online Engagement of Oprah’s Book Club 2.0 With USA TODAY, 7/18/2012

OPRAH’S BOOK CLUB 2.0 GOES DIGITALBy Bob Minzesheimer When Oprah Winfrey, then the brightest star on daytime TV, began her book club in 1996, inexpensive e-books and e-readers seemed more futurist rumor than everyday reality. Social media could have meant friendly reporters. Now, as Winfrey, co-owner of a struggling cable network, launches Oprah’s Book Club … Read more and Launch On Sale This Week Newsletters Keeping Readers Informed of New Releases

New Weekly Newsletter Keeps Readers in Touch with New Releases NEW YORK — April 13, 2011 — and, two websites in have launched On Sale This Week Newsletters, alerting readers of the books that go on sale each week. The newsletter can be found here and the newsletter can be … Read more’s “Ultimate Teen Reading List” Celebrates Five Years and Announces New Titles Expands Ultimate Teen Reading List for Five-Year Anniversary NEW YORK — March 24, 2011 —, a website in, has updated its Ultimate Teen Reading List. The list includes nearly 400 titles, ranging from fiction to nonfiction that are recommended pleasure reading for teens aged 12-17. Twenty-one graphic novel and manga titles appear … Read more

Results of’s Millennium Series Survey

Surprise Finding: Majority of’s Survey Respondents Read Stieg Larsson’s Millennium Series in Hardcover and Paperback, Not eBooks NEW YORK – February 14, 2011 —, a website in, has released the results of its recent Millennium Series Survey, in which they asked readers to answer questions about Stieg Larsson and his bestselling Millennium … Read more