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  • n. Plural form of bookclub.


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  • I joined two bookclubs and have been to one meeting so far, as you can see in my previous post.

    I Heart Story Time « A Working Title

  • I have been in – and out – of various bookclubs over the last 15 years and all these comments ring true for me.

    The Book Club « Tales from the Reading Room

  • To the many readers and bookclubs that have supported my fiction novels: Tee C.

    One Season

  • He spent sixteen years as an editor for various bookclubs (most notably, working for the Science Fiction Book Club the entire time), ending as a Senior Editor.

    MIND MELD: Does The Used Book Market Help or Hurt the Publishing Industry?

  • As the book was supposed to be only for said bookclubs I let the matter go, muttering "Well I hope I just never see the darn thing."

    How to Complain About Your Publisher in Public

  • I bitterly complained to the publisher who told me it had to stay because "the bookclubs like a woman on the cover" !

    How to Complain About Your Publisher in Public

  • But it's good exposure for the book, and the SBC editions only sell in the bookclubs.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • But on top of that, Bookscan is also only recording the sales of books in bookstores... which does not include any sales direct from the publisher, through school or library accounts, through bookclubs, etc etc etc.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Last question: Is there any listing or way of knowing which publishing companies have "deals" with scholastic to sell their titles through the bookclubs?

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • The Series of Unfortunate Events books, for instance, were available in paperback through the bookclubs a long, long time before they became available in paperback editions to bookstores.

    Archive 2009-03-01


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