HarperCollins is having a Hunger Games moment; another year or so of these kinds of sales and it will become a Fifty Shades moment.For the second week in a row, the three HarperCollins Divergent series titles took the top three spots on our best-seller list, perhaps on the strength of the Divergent movie’s opening weekend haul of $56 million, a very good number. The fourth spot is the collection of all three titles for $14.99 — a savings of about $5 for readers who are finding the best deals, and a powerful argument for ebook bundling.Amazon Publishing looks to have a consistent hit with Hidden by Catherine McKenzie after a series of titles this year that jumped onto and off the list week-to-week. It currently sits at No. 5, ahead of every ebook without the word “divergent” somewhere in the title.Six of the next seven best-selling ebooks are from Penguin Random House, which has 11 total best-sellers in the top-25 this week. Best-Seller Prices Dip AgainSeveral very low price big-five titles hitting the list helped drive the average price of a best-selling ebook down to $6.77 from $7.65 last week.The Maze Runner by James Dashner (Penguin Random House, $1.99), Beautiful …read more

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