Hardcover and paperback books will continue to sell well. People like the feel of holding a book as well as putting it on a shelf and building a collection.
Let’s don’t forget the nice smell of a new book, nor the musky/smoky/mystery smell of used books that insight us to image the book’s journey with its previous owner(s) as we flip the page and try to figure out “what it smells like?”
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