More than half of fiction and nonfiction readers say they prefer e-books, surveys show, but cookbook readers remain devoted to print editions.
More than half of fiction and nonfiction readers say they prefer e-books, surveys show, but cookbook readers remain devoted to print editions. Matthew Mead The Associated Press
More than half of fiction and nonfiction readers say they prefer e-books, surveys show, but cookbook readers remain devoted to print editions. Matthew Mead The Associated Press

More cookbooks go digital, but popularity of paper persists

December 02, 2014 06:00 AM