The Association of American Publishers says that ebooks out sold paperbacks in February.
E-book sales totaled $90.3 million in February, up 202% compared to the same month a year earlier, according to a study from the Association of American Publishers. That put e-books at No. 1 “among all categories of trade publishing” that month — the first time e-books have beaten out traditional publishing formats.
It’s not just at Amazon, it’s everywhere.
Dead tree books are dead. (For better or worse.)
I prefer ebooks for fiction and non-fiction. I think art books, coffee table books, etc. will still be printed for a long time but dead tree books will disappear from the shelves faster than you think.