- soft + cover (Wiktionary)
“The softcover is $35, and the hardcover is $49.95, each coming in at 640 pages.”
“Also, women seem to be more likely to be published in softcover than trade hardcover, which limits their critical exposure.”
“If I discover an author with a backlist I want to explore, and those older titles are now only available in softcover, I will buy used copies of the hardcovers.”
“In fact, pretty much the only reason I buy a hardback is because either the book isn't going to be published in softcover (which happens with special subject books) or I'm going to get the book signed by the author (VERY rare for me.)”
“This hefty softcover is a facsimile collection of thousands of exotic and sensational photographs dating from around the turn of the century when news of any sort from far away lands was rare.”
“But the book certainly had its fans, so I feel I should point out it's now available in softcover.”
“Scott Chantler’s Northwest Passage (DEC09 0967, $15.99, Feb 10) makes an appearance in softcover.”
“Here in Europe we mostly get softcover books costing only a small part of what is charged in USA, many of my books have a "not for sale in USA" in them.”
“Shadows of the Last War softcover module (d20 D&D 3.5)”
“The clear visual reference to a series or previous bestseller, the format of the book hardcover, softcover, large, small, the look of the inside page design, the width of the spine, the weight and feel of the cover stock ... all of these and more need to be right to garner bestselling status and build a brand, and to avoid a garage full of dusty unsold books.”
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