Which books are worth it to read?

The next time you’re reading an e-book, you might want to look for the author’s name on the cover.

It’s the kind of detail that can give a reader an idea of who the author is.

But how often do we actually find that information on the covers?

The authors themselves have been making a big deal of it for years, and now the New York Times has done its part.

The New York Daily News has published a full-page ad that reads in part, “What’s the best way to tell your friends that you read this?”

In the ad, a reader asks the Times, “Which books are best-known for the cover, the art, and the author?”

Here’s the first paragraph: The title of this ad says it all: “Which Books Are Best-Known For The Cover, The Art, And The Author?”

The Times ad is not the first to include the author information, but it is the first major media outlet to have it on the same page.

The Times ran a similar ad last year, in which the headline read “Top 10 Best Books Of All Time.”

A few weeks later, the Times ran an identical one about how to identify a writer, and they had a similar look to the Times ad.

(The Times did not reply to a request for comment.)

The Times has a lot to answer for, and it has made a number of changes to its ad copy.

For one, it’s now written in a much more stylized font that is less cluttered, but still easy to read.

There are no bold words and no asterisks on the text, which is nice because you can still tell that the ad is for the publisher, not the author.

The ad is also written in the style of an article published in the New Yorker, which has a large headline, big, bold fonts, and small, thin captions.

It makes it easy to pick up what’s going on and how it relates to the main story.

It also makes it easier to read, which can help you see what’s important.

It helps readers make sense of the information, too.

The word “best” is a big one.

The phrase “the best book of all time” is also mentioned in the ad.

The paper has also made other changes to the ads that help it get the information across better.

One example is a new caption that includes the author name in big bold letters at the bottom of the page.

“The New York Observer” is now shown in large italics, and “The Guardian” is shown in small, bold letters.

That helps readers understand what’s being said and gives the author a sense of authority.

The second change is a redesign of the ads to better represent the cover art.

The new version is less formal and is more focused on the story.

“You’ll See A New New York” is the new headline, which now reads “You’ve seen New New Yorkers, Now You’ll See Them Again.”

“The World Is Now a Place You Can See” is used for the article that introduces the ad and shows the cover for the book.

The text is now in smaller, more readable fonts, which are easier to distinguish from the font used for many other advertisements.

“Where to Find It” is changed to read “Where It All Began,” which is more legible to readers.

A little change on the top of the ad says, “It’s all about the stories,” and it now says, “(This ad) is about the art.”

The Times also removed the word “all,” which it says is meant to emphasize that the art is important, and that readers should “look for it on your own.”

There are other subtle changes, too, but the overall look of the Times ads is still a little different.

You can also now see that the Times is advertising its new book list.

“What is The New New Yorker?” is now “What Is The New Yorker?,” and the headline is now bold, and is now printed in big letters.

The name is now capitalized.

And finally, a note about where to find the book: The Times says it’s in its new “The Best Books of All Time” section.

You’ll see a new New New NY Times on the bottom, and you’ll see the New NY, New NY and New NYTimes on the other side of the same box.