A lot of folks have asked me that these past few days. Sorry.
But I do know that she or he has put together one helpful set of publishing definitions for the perplexed. And I was going to link to it anyway, even before EA was kind enough to include a Day-Glo Brothers photo as an example of a book that isn’t printed in CMYK.
Here’s the original photo:
Wanna see what it looks like under black light? Here goes:
The pages are beautiful!
LOL. Who’s been asking?
I just read about your book at EA and then found you over at my blog! Thanks for stopping by. And you’re right, there is a very thin sliver of silver lining for kidlit writers.
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