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May 23, 2007, 7:44pm Top

I thought I'd post over here. LibraryThing just unveiled its "Early Reviewers" program--basically giving people ARCs in exchange for the promise of a review. Anyway, we're talking about it over in group for that. And the question came up, Do booksellers mostly get fiction ARCs?


Jul 14, 2007, 10:56am Top

No, booksellers get alot of stupid crap that will never sell and that no one reads, but then again, we also get *some* of the good stuff, alot of what you guys get from Random House we also get, but its a dog fight to get the good stuff!!!!

By the way, what is good is also subject to opinion!!!


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