The Young Adult Market: Who’s Reading All These Books?

Nicholas C. Rossis

This is a post originally posted on Azure Fire Publishing.

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People refer to it as young adults market, segment, or genre. Whatever you call it, there is something definitely going on with it. According to Valerie Peterson, the number of Young Adult (YA) titles published more than doubled in the decade between 2002 and 2012 (this doesn’t even include Indie titles). This growth in sales for YA far exceeds the percentage of growth in the adult e-book sales, indicating a dramatic overall increase.

We do not have the 2018 numbers yet, but judging by the number of new titles in Amazon, the trend is strong and thriving—at least from the publishing point of view.

But who is reading all these books? Are we looking at a wave of young readers?

Who’s Reading All These Books?

Looking for sales numbers is a harder task. According to 2012…

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