- n. Plural form of bookstand.
“I think and hope the success of Devil In Winter on the bookstands was a sign of changes happening in the historical romance marketplace.”
“Julian Assange's long-awaited autobiography hits bookstands in Britain on Thursday.”
“Team guidance led to the selection of smaller units to direct house parties, handle publicity, issue publications, manage bookstands, organize parades and to conduct witness”
“I've tried various bookstands, but what worked best, much to my everlasting surprise, was reading ebooks on my iPhone.”
“I heard Gordon Brown and saw a 'Times' columnist talk about 'the Maldives' as being under flooding threat - why hasn't the telling piece in the Speccie by that magisterial Norwegian hit the bookstands more?”
“Fantastic" won't arrive on bookstands till mid-February; but advance reports—featuring the Invisible Fantastic Iron Man, the Mighty Fantastic Thor, the Incredible Fantastic X-Men—are not mincing words fantastic.”
“Browsing through the bookstands awakened something in her.”
“Angry Numismatist: If you park it close to a wall, they make for a nice pair of makeshift bookstands.”
“Last year The Daily Telegraph exclusively published extracts from Tunnels just before it hit the bookstands.”
“I had seen the "pirate" Ace paperbacks with Jack Gaughn's splendid covers on the bookstands, but when I first saw the Ballentine edition -- with J.R.R. Tolkien's request for "courtesy to living authors" quote on the front cover -- I decided to give Lord of the Rings a try one winter's evening.”
Looking for tweets for bookstands.