libraryfangirl:

A brief summary of some of the interesting results from a recent Goodreads user survey about how readers are finding out about books, where they get them from, and how they’re reading them.  The full survey and accompanying slides can be found here.  (Note the particularly encouraging stat showing that libraries are the number one source Goodreads users are acquiring their books through!)

According to the survey, print books are also still the favored medium for reading by Goodreads members, though the overwhelming majority of users use some combination of both print and e-books.  (I’m of this camp, myself.)

I just got my first alert from GoodReads of new books coming from authors I’ve read. Nice feature!

I’m also in the both/and camp when it comes to print and ebooks.

On Discovery, Ebook Formats, and More: Results of a Goodreads Member Survey

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