It’s another book tip. It’s about the “invisible” book.
I’m referring to the book that sits on a shelf NEXT to books with brightly colored dustjackets, easy-to-read titles, and boldly printed authors’ names.
The “invisible” book, in contrast, often has no lettering on the spine, is possibly missing a cover, could be spiralbound, or just very thin. And because of its humble appearance, it is often overlooked.
And while 75% of the time these books aren’t anything, when they are something, they are REALLY something. Often, these gems are self- published books with some unique information, or they are a rebound library copy of a hard-to-find book. Other times they are a thin manual on something obscure or perhaps a program from a performance/show.
So basically, it’s a good idea to train your eye to look for these books and your hand to pull them out. Like I said, most people are going to overlook them or disregard them as nothing worth inspecting.
But not you. Not anymore. You’ve got a new super power.