Nonbook



[non-boo k] /ˈnɒnˌbʊk/

noun
1.
a without artistic or literary merit or substance, especially one that has been developed primarily to exploit a fad or make a profit quickly.
adjective
2.
of or relating to such a .
3.
of or indicating what is not a :
pens and other nonbook items for sale in the bookstore.
4.
Library Science. of or being a holding other than a , as a cassette, film, or art print.

noun

A printed effort lacking literary value and normal publishing validity, usually one blatantly ghostwritten and/or put out for reasons of sensation, meretricious chic, or brazen and high-pitched publicity (1960+)

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