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  • noun Plural form of bookstore.

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Examples

  • Placement dollars for position in bookstores is now no longer invisible -- to you.

    Frontlist stuff. I've given up on part numbers.

  • Like many books published outside of the U.S., books published by Canadian authors aren't always readily available in American bookstores, which is a serious shame.

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  • Like many books published outside of the U.S., books published by Canadian authors aren't always readily available in American bookstores, which is a serious shame.

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  • Although, we could find some good examples, such as Innovations series published by Thomson Heilne or Oxford’s English File series, the rest of what’s on offer in bookstores is rather disappointing for adult learners.

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  • Also available now, by subscription or in bookstores if you're in the US, is the July edition of Romantic Times Magazine, where I'm one of the featured authors.

    Reluctant Mage is now available!

  • Also available now, by subscription or in bookstores if you're in the US, is the July edition of Romantic Times Magazine, where I'm one of the featured authors.

    Reluctant Mage is now available!

  • I worked in bookstores for years and noticed that while some readers of say, SF, were more than willing to give a book packaged and marketed as, say, Fiction, a try, the same was not necessarily true of Fiction readers with a book packaged and marketed as SF.

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  • You used to see these books on remainder tables in bookstores all over; if anyone is feeling nostalgic just come and grab 'em from the discards shelves outside my office.

    What did your

  • We just can't base them on the idea that readers will buy books in bookstores because they are compelled to do so in order to get the words -- because we have locked all the words away in a tower and can control who sees them.

    INTERVIEW: Benjamin Rosenbaum

  • That doesn't mean that we can't base our careers on selling books in bookstores -- on the contrary, we can do that very well.

    INTERVIEW: Benjamin Rosenbaum

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