The New Yorkers who love to write are not alone.
According to a new study published by the National Association of Booksellers, authors and publishers from all over the world are increasingly publishing in English.
According the study, the English language has grown so fast that more than one-third of the top-selling books in the U.S. are written in English by authors of color.
The survey found that in 2017, over 50 percent of the titles sold by authors in English were written by authors who are not white.
The study found that the top 10 most-searched books in English in 2017 were: The Long Tail: The Unauthorized History of the Long-Distant White America by Alyssa Milano and Jonathan Franzen; The End of the Tour: The Death of a Nation by Andy Warhol and Robert Altman; The Art of the Story: The Story of American Fiction by Daniel Handler; and The World’s End by Cormac McCarthy.
The National Association for Bookseller Management (NABM) estimates that there are about 2 million booksellers worldwide.
NABM’s executive director, John J. Pugh, said in a statement that “the book trade has seen significant growth over the past two decades, with more and more authors and authors’ agents publishing in more than two dozen languages.”
In 2017, there were nearly 6.5 million book sales in the United States, with sales increasing nearly 10 percent from 2016.
According a recent survey by the Authors Guild, authors of all races have grown their share of book sales since 2010.
For the first time, the number of black authors on the New York bestseller list increased from just 2,858 in 2010 to 3,971 in 2017.
The number of women on the list increased to 2,932 from 2,882.
The American Booksellery Association (ABA) said in 2017 that the number and diversity of authors’ publishing houses in the country has grown from 2.4 million in 2010 and 1.4 in 2017 to 3.4 and 2.8 million in 2017 and 2018, respectively.
The ABA reported that the publishing industry is still underrepresented in the top 5 percent of authors and their agents, with the proportion of black, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American authors, as well as the number, diversity, and representation of women, underrepresented at 2.7 percent and 1 percent respectively.
According in a study published in the Journal of Marketing and Marketing Research, there are currently approximately 10,000 American bookseller agents, but there is only one American bookseller in every 100,000 booksellors in the world.
American bookselling is the largest and fastest-growing segment of the publishing business, with revenue in the US totaling $3.8 trillion in 2016.
The bookseller business accounts for about $2.8 billion of the $8.9 trillion global book sales.
The Association of American Book Dealers (AABD) reported in 2018 that bookselling represents 20 percent of book spending in the book industry, with an estimated $4.1 billion in spending each year.
The AABD said that there were 4.1 million book buyers and booksell-owners in 2017 alone, with a median income of $63,000.
The average bookseller earned $73,000 in 2017 according to a report by the Booksellership Insights Institute.
The majority of booksellings in the USA were located in the North, with South American and Caribbean regions accounting for nearly 50 percent, and Latin America and the Caribbean regions having less than 20 percent.
In the United Kingdom, the bookselling industry is more concentrated in London and the South East, with smaller volumes and fewer agents, according to the report.
Bookselling accounts for 20 percent or more of all book sales worldwide.
According an estimate by Nielsen BookScan, bookselling has grown to $11.6 billion in sales in 2017 (compared to $10.4 billion in 2017).
In 2017 alone there were 1.6 million book orders and 4.3 million book purchases.
The authors and agents of color that book buyers love to book, or those who want to book with, tend to be young and underrepresented, said Daniel J. Williams, president of the Association of Black Booksellors.
“They’re the ones who are struggling with the system, and they’re often the ones that are struggling because they’re not making enough money to buy a book, and the books they’re getting are written by writers who are either white or who are part of a marginalized group,” he said.
Williams noted that while books by white authors have been the dominant genre for many years, he is not sure that this trend will continue to change.
“I don’t know what’s going to happen.
I know that this is happening,” he added.
Williams pointed to the fact that the book publishing industry has grown by