Google News: Crossroads publishers have a higher sales record compared to other publishers, with the average sales of its best-selling titles in the past five years at nearly $500,000, a Reuters review of its data shows.
The publisher’s average price of its biggest-selling books was $839,000 in the year ended March 31, 2017, and it’s not just its bestsellers that make up its top-five bestsellings list.
The average price for its top 10 bestsellies was $907,000.
The data is published by Reuters on its website, which Reuters said was a search engine optimization tool.
The data shows Crossroads publishing a better revenue than all but two publishers in the top five lists of the best-sellers for the past decade, and that Crossroads’ best-seller sales have grown over the past two years.
Reuters did not find any other publishers with sales growth greater than 3.3 percent in the same time frame.
The top-selling bestseller was “The Martian,” which was the bestselling book in the US last year.
It was released in 2016.
The first of two books in the bestsell and best-review categories, “Hitchcock,” was released on November 6, 2018.
It won the 2016 Book of the Year prize, which goes to the best book of the year in any category.
The other books in that category were the bestseller of “Lonely Planet,” “The Hobbit,” “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” and “The Great Gatsby.”