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ISBN-10 vs ISBN-13 Difference

International Standard Book Numbers, or ISBNs, are numbers that identify a specific type of book presented to the market by a specific publisher. Every type of book in every language published by traditional publishers or self-publishers qualifies to be assigned…

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Obtaining an ISBN For a Self-Published Book

An ISBN is an international standard book number. Starting in 2007, it is a 13 digit number which specifically identifies your book. It establishes the identity of a title or edition from a specific publisher for libraries, distributors, booksellers, and…

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