Hardcover debut for Lindsey

June 1995
Publishers Weekly;6/12/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 24, p23
Trade Publication
Reports on Avon Book company's launching of the book `Love Me Forever,' by Joanna Lindsay in hardcover. First printing copies; Budget for marketing campaign; Significance of Lindsay's hardcover launching on women's fiction; Change in market condition of Lindsay's works; Joint marketing and sales efforts for Avon and Morrow for the book.


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