by Simon Baron-Cohen, UK publisher of Penguin Classics and HarperCollins, on the best-selling “The Book Of The Month Club” of bestsellers.
“It is a book that is marketed by the book club to lure readers into buying a certain title for a certain price, and then to deceive them into buying something that they do not want,” he said.
“That is the heart of the book, and it is the reason why the book is selling.
The author is not in a position to tell the truth, so the book sells.”
The author, who asked not to be named, said the publisher of The Book Of A Month Club, who he believes to be an agent, used the cover of the issue to entice people into buying their books.
“When I asked the publisher to send me the cover, I was surprised.
It was a very small and plain cover,” he told the magazine.
“I thought ‘Oh, well, this is what the publisher wants’.
It’s not the most flattering thing in the world.”
Then I realised it was a scam.
It’s a scam because there is no truth to it.
The publisher is trying to get the reader to buy a certain book for a price.
But it is a cover for something that is very badly written and not in any way convincing.
I didn, in fact, have a few of my books for sale,” he added.”
There is nothing in the book that I didn’t expect.
I didn, in fact, have a few of my books for sale,” he added.