Blessing or Curse Anthology
As luck would have it, Berkline, her sofa's manufacturer, is now out of business. If I look hard enough, I might find the model I want on clearance somewhere, but then I'd have problems with parts and other issues. Not a wise idea. So, my search begins anew.
This happens with other items as well. The ladies reading this can relate to such dire happenings as discontinued lipsticks or bras, and the travails over finding replacements.
What does this have to do with books?
Many of you have already guessed. No longer do books require a specific shelf life. Now, they can last as long as an author or publisher wishes. Many books discontinued by the original publishers are now being resurrected either by the same publishers or self-publishing authors with their rights back.
No longer is it necessary for the adjective, discontinued, to be applied to books. As far as couches, lipstick, or bras, that's another story.
Do you have a discontinued book that is alive again, or know of someone else's? Or, maybe you'd just like to mention one of your books that's self-published.
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