Online booksellers are booming.
They are becoming increasingly common, with online bookseller sites such as Amazon and B&B, as well as brick and mortar bookstores.
It’s been a huge success for these sites, which offer a wide range of products, from titles to fiction to films and video games.
Now, a new survey by the ABC finds there are some things that you don’t need to do on the day you book online, including what to wear, when to get up in the morning and when to eat.
Key points:The online bookseller survey found people are buying books online more often than they do at traditional bookstoresThe survey also found people in Melbourne’s inner-city were more likely to buy books online than in their traditional bookshopWhen you book your online book, you can’t go to the bookshop and buy something on the spot, but you can do what you can on the way to the shop.
In the survey, 1,200 people aged 18 to 50 were surveyed, with an average age of 32.
Of those surveyed, 57 per cent said they were buying books on the go, compared with 42 per cent who said they bought them in their local bookshop.
The survey also showed people were spending more on online books than they did in their bookshop, with 42.5 per cent saying they spent more than $1000 on their book purchases compared with 29 per cent in their physical bookshop that day.