It has been rewarded with sales of about 50,000 per issue and trade paperback
sales in the five-figures, terrific for an indie book in 2016.
HarperCollins will sell the trade paperback
that costs $14.99, at the price of S8.99.
RATING: 4/5 THE DEAD GROUND by Claire McGowan (Headline, trade paperback
PS13.99 eBook, PS6.49) IN THIS follow-up to The Lost - McGowan's first novel to feature forensic psychologist Paula Maguire - the reader is immersed into a somewhat disturbing read.
A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper points out that math is part of nearly every newspaper report and article, and comes form a mathematician and author who explores this thought in A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper, a quirky and fun assessment reprinting a classic in trade paperback
to reach a wider audience.
This is a 12 -step program containing humor and fun, packaged in a paperback nearly half the size of a trade paperback
so it can be slipped into any back pocket or purse and consulted at any place.
A vanity binding produced by the Goldsmith's Company in London, this hardbound volume is the size of a trade paperback
and comes in a slipcase.
In contrast, trade paperback
prices lost ground in 2011, declining 12.08% after a surprising jump of 7.30% in 2010.
* Landfall by Helen Gordon is published as a trade paperback
by Fig Tree, priced pounds 12.99.
A Book Espresso "print-on-demand" machine which prints, covers and binds trade paperback
quality books from computer files, has been purchased for the scheme and Library users will have the option to request titles, have the book printed for free, read it and return it to the library collection.
Generally, trade paperback
collections wind up breaking even or generating profits since they have a longer shelf life and carry higher price-tags.
The Flower Man's Daughter is available from Xlibris.com for $22.99 (hardback) or $15.99 (trade paperback