Thank you! LOL! I think a lot of collectors will cringe though on the
idea of bending a cover back. That said, it is pulp fiction, right?
What's a pulp novel without a slightly battered cover?
Hey, if anyone's interested, I'm blogging today with my opinions on the
future of e-books at:
--- In email@example.com, "cptpipes2000" <cptpipes@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Karin Montin <kmontin@> wrote:
> > Me, too. I also lent it to a friend, who liked it a lot. One day, an
> old lady on the metro inquired as to what she was reading. After that,
> she slipped it into a plain black protective jacket.
> HA! I read this book on the metro myself along with Buren/Starr's The
> Max and a few other HCCs. My trick is to bend them in half so that
> onlookers can't see the cover.
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