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Old 08-12-2008, 05:26 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by VillageReader View Post
Generally, though, if I want something I check the library first, and if it is available I'll wait. Even Cleveland's library though, at around 8,800 ebooks , has far fewer than fictionwise. And included in the Cleveland number are all categories, including many I have no interest in.
I've found Cleveland has an almost overwhelming number of ebook Romances, while their selection of Sci-fi and Fantasy titles is skimpy. I'm assuming they know their market and are providing what their readers want, but I'd really like to see them carry some current SF&F titles.

Edit: Just did a quick check of Clevenet, including all publishers and formats.
Romances: 2726
SF&F: 318
Horror:118
Western: 91

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