I have a copy of Fahrenheit 51 by Ray Bradbury in front of me. It's this one here: https://www.bookogs.com/book/123336-fahrenheit-451
My copy has the exact same cover, ISBN, UPC and catalog number; however, the prices are different. My copy has $15 US / $17 Can, while the one already on the site has $15.99 US / $21.99 Can. I first thought that maybe the submitter just made a mistake, but the photos on the release page show that the information supplied is correct. So my question is, even with the same exact ISBNs, UPC, etc., should I create a separate release for my copy with the different price points?

Is yours a 35th printing as well? Lower price is often an indication of an earlier printing.

I'm not quite sure where the line goes, but I'd submit your copy separately. IMO a book should hold the data and images only for one version of the book.

That's an interesting one - Is it the exact same format as well? Could it be the difference between a Trade Paperback and a Mass Market Paperback?

falsepriest wrote:

That's an interesting one - Is it the exact same format as well? Could it be the difference between a Trade Paperback and a Mass Market Paperback?

Mine seems to be trade as well. It is the same measurements listed on the link above, andusing this chart: https://kunzonpublishing.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Mass-Market-VS-Trade-Paperback-Books-Infographic.jpg
my copy has all the characteristics of a trade paperback as well, just like the one already on the site.

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