Publisher's Weekly reports that ebook sales increased at a higher rate in February than they did in January.
According to the American Associate of Publishers (AAP), ebook sales increased 202 percent, raking in $90 million.
February wasn't so good to other forms of books, which all saw declines. Adult hardcover fell 43 percent to $46 million and mass market paperback plunged 41.5 percent to $29 million.
The AAP believes the ebook gains are the result of people loading ebooks onto the e-readers they received for the holidays.
Whatever the reason, according to Publishers Weekly, ebook sales for the first two months of 2011 equalled sales of trade paperbacks for that period.