Business books have been one of the biggest sellers in the business since the 1950s, and they’ve been making more money per book than any other genre.
They’re used by the average business owner, too.
And they’re also a growing trend for those looking for new ways to improve their bookkeeping.
Some experts believe business books will make up half of the used business books in the U.S. by 2021, according to the Association of American Publishers.
But for some, book prices are out of reach.
They’ve become increasingly expensive, especially in the digital age.
The prices for digital books have skyrocketed.
According to the latest figures from the American Booksellers Association, the average book sold for $3.97 online last year, up about $2 from 2016.
But while digital books may be out of the reach for many, the authors of business books are not.
According the publishers’ trade association, the book industry has grown to be the largest in the world.
The average bookseller sells about 5,000 books a year, and that’s growing.
The association says it’s expected to grow to nearly 10 million by 2020.
That means the book business is expected to continue growing, even as book prices have soared.
“When we talk about book costs, they’re a huge issue, but we’ve made a concerted effort to address the problem,” said Chris Stahl, the executive director of the Association.
Stahl says he’s made changes to his business book program that includes a one-book rule.
He also encourages his authors to write in advance and write about the books they’re writing.