Thomas Nelson is a publishing firm that began in West Bow, Edinburgh , Scotland in 1798 as the namesake of its founder. (The founder's name was actually Neilson, but he changed it to Nelson owing to many errors made by his customers.) It is a subsidiary of HarperCollins , the publishing unit of News Corp .

Its most successful title to date is Heaven Is for Real , which became its first title to sell more than 1 million ebooks. [1] In Canada, the Nelson imprint is used for educational publishing. In the United Kingdom, it was a mainstream publisher until the late 20th century, and it is now part of the educational imprint Nelson Thornes .

Thomas Nelson, Sr. founded the shop that bears his name in Edinburgh in 1798, originally as a second-hand bookshop at 2 West Bow (just off the Grassmarket), [2] recognizing a ready market for inexpensive, standard editions of non-copyright works which he attempted to satisfy by publishing reprints of classics. By 1822 the shop had moved to 9 West Bow plus a second shop had opened at 230 High Street, on the Royal Mile . [3]

George Eliot was a great literary talent. With classics such as Silas Marner, 'Middlemarch' and 'Adam Bede' her reputation was set for eternity. Yet she produced other works just as compelling. Just as good. Yet in spite of that talent she had to use a male pseudonym. But she persevered and triumphed. 'Romola' is one of her best.

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Thomas Nelson is a publishing firm that began in West Bow, Edinburgh , Scotland in 1798 as the namesake of its founder. (The founder's name was actually Neilson, but he changed it to Nelson owing to many errors made by his customers.) It is a subsidiary of HarperCollins , the publishing unit of News Corp .

Its most successful title to date is Heaven Is for Real , which became its first title to sell more than 1 million ebooks. [1] In Canada, the Nelson imprint is used for educational publishing. In the United Kingdom, it was a mainstream publisher until the late 20th century, and it is now part of the educational imprint Nelson Thornes .

Thomas Nelson, Sr. founded the shop that bears his name in Edinburgh in 1798, originally as a second-hand bookshop at 2 West Bow (just off the Grassmarket), [2] recognizing a ready market for inexpensive, standard editions of non-copyright works which he attempted to satisfy by publishing reprints of classics. By 1822 the shop had moved to 9 West Bow plus a second shop had opened at 230 High Street, on the Royal Mile . [3]

George Eliot was a great literary talent. With classics such as Silas Marner, 'Middlemarch' and 'Adam Bede' her reputation was set for eternity. Yet she produced other works just as compelling. Just as good. Yet in spite of that talent she had to use a male pseudonym. But she persevered and triumphed. 'Romola' is one of her best.

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Thomas Nelson is a publishing firm that began in West Bow, Edinburgh , Scotland in 1798 as the namesake of its founder. (The founder's name was actually Neilson, but he changed it to Nelson owing to many errors made by his customers.) It is a subsidiary of HarperCollins , the publishing unit of News Corp .

Its most successful title to date is Heaven Is for Real , which became its first title to sell more than 1 million ebooks. [1] In Canada, the Nelson imprint is used for educational publishing. In the United Kingdom, it was a mainstream publisher until the late 20th century, and it is now part of the educational imprint Nelson Thornes .

Thomas Nelson, Sr. founded the shop that bears his name in Edinburgh in 1798, originally as a second-hand bookshop at 2 West Bow (just off the Grassmarket), [2] recognizing a ready market for inexpensive, standard editions of non-copyright works which he attempted to satisfy by publishing reprints of classics. By 1822 the shop had moved to 9 West Bow plus a second shop had opened at 230 High Street, on the Royal Mile . [3]

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