Paperback

I just received notice that my recent book is now being released in paperback. This sounds very funny to me, like there were readers who were sitting there, waiting for the paperback version. Or maybe there were, who knows.

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7 thoughts on “Paperback”

  1. … there were readers who were sitting there, waiting for the paperback version.

    This seems likely, yes. The paperback version is usually less costly, so people with limited funds might well have waited.

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    1. I don’t know, I just heard about it. But hey, as such a dedicated reader of the blog, I can send you a free hard cover copy. Email me your address if you want it. I promise not to show up at your doorstep. :-)))

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      1. // But hey, as such a dedicated reader of the blog, I can send you a free hard cover copy. Email me your address if you want it.

        Thank you for the offer. I would actually enjoy seeing you at my doorstep and meet face to face. May be, you’ll visit Israel one day as a part of The Unusual Challenge. 🙂

        If you can share it or parts of it via email, I will be grateful.

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  2. Regarding books, have you heard of Jonathan Haidt’s “The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion” (2012) ? Is he good? Heard about the book, but haven’t read it yet.

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  3. It’s a positive thing in the book market — it means it’s selling well in hardcover. Hardcover sales drop over time, and it’s sold well enough so far that the publisher thinks they can make a profit in sales volume by printing in paperback. If hardcover sales of a book don’t take off at all, the publisher never takes the leap to paperback (since paperbacks are really cheaper to make in large numbers).

    Which is really cool, because it means a lot of people are reading your book. 🙂

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