Sorry, no definitions found.
“I am, in fact, somewhat startled that the Saloon would so readily concede to the assumptions of the "book-buying world," the very assumptions it normally dissects quite trenchantly, but that it appears to accept in this post.”
“Ms. Clark's novels always hit stores the first week of April, positioned before Mother's Day, the biggest book-buying holiday of the year after Father's Day and Christmas.”
“Onto today's burning question: How much to covers affect your book-buying?”
“And, by the time all was said and done, it was a bit of a book-buying orgy.”
“Is it what the book-buying public – let alone the bookselling public – wants to hear?”
“The association commissionedVersoAdvertising to conduct asurvey of book-buying habits, breaking down demographics, frequency of purchase, and the impact of e-books.”
“In my case, the result is that I've curtailed my modest book-buying and replaced it with even more book-borrowing.”
“Search warrants directed to bookstores, demanding information about the reading history of customers, intrude upon the First Amendment rights of customers and bookstores because compelled disclosure of book-buying records threatens to destroy the anonymity upon which many customers depend.”
“Id. The need to protect anonymity in the context of the First Amendment has particular applicability to book-buying activity.”
“So, he started a small pilot program at the East Harlem Tutorial Program to take children on a book-buying trip.”
Looking for tweets for book-buying.