I know, I know.
The cover of my first book.
And the first time I’ve ever seen the words “ebook” in print.
But it’s true.
I have a favorite book cover.
And it’s a book by the late James Baldwin.
That title is from The Blind Man and the Elephant , by James Baldwin, and it’s in the back of my paperback edition.
It was one of the first books to be published in print when it was first published, in 1956.
In its introduction, the book’s publisher, The Penguin Group, explains that the cover was chosen for the title because it was “a perfect complement to the title of the book.”
I’m not sure what that means, but I like that phrase.
I like it because it describes the book in an accessible, conversational way that’s appropriate for a book that has been out for over 40 years.
The title of The Blindman and the Elephants , which is now in its second edition, has a few different meanings.
The first is that the novel is set in the U.S. South, and the cover, like so many other aspects of The Thin Blue Line , is based on that geography.
It’s also important because it suggests that Baldwin’s writing is about African-Americans in a particular place, rather than his writing about white Americans in general.
The second meaning of the title is that The Thin Grey Line is a book about a character, a man named Joe, who is a member of a very specific and well-defined group.
Joe, as the book begins, is a successful and respected member of the upper class.
His friends are often older, richer, and smarter than he is.
They’re also all African-American, and Joe has a reputation for being “black.”
The title’s final meaning is that Joe’s life is one in which he is always striving for what he wants to achieve in life.
He wants to become rich and powerful and influential.
He tries to be kind to everyone, but he can never be as successful as his friends and he gets caught up in petty things that keep him from becoming a successful man.
He doesn’t even want to think about what he’s doing as he works to become a millionaire and a world-class artist.
But that’s exactly what he does.
His success, his power, and his success as an artist is a product of what he believes he is supposed to be.
And yet, every day Joe spends trying to become as successful and rich as his family and friends are.
In the book, Joe does all of these things with little regard for the people around him, the people he thinks he’s supposed to make happy.
When he goes out, he drinks and smokes and goes to clubs and has parties.
But when he goes home, he spends his time writing.
And that’s where the story begins.
In his novel, Joe has an enormous influence over the life of his friends.
In fact, they’re all so close to him that Joe knows they all have jobs and earn enough money to support their families.
The only problem is that none of them have any real ambition.
Joe spends his life trying to find the one person who can be a true champion for all the people in his life who need a champion.
He’s so desperate that he ends up being hired to do it, and that’s how The Thin Gray Line comes to be about Joe.
The story is also about the lives of Joe’s family and his friends, and how they are all trying to live up to their potential and fulfill the ambitions of their lives.
When Joe’s friend, the “Fat Man,” starts to notice that Joe is becoming less and less successful and his life gets a little less exciting, he realizes that Joe has more to lose than he does to gain.
But Joe doesn’t let that sink in until he meets the “Skinny Man,” a man who’s always trying to improve himself.
Joe can’t do it alone, and he doesn’t want to be alone.
Joe meets Fat Man, the Skinny Man, and they share a shared interest in changing the world.
The book’s subtitle is about how Joe is finally able to make it, to achieve his goals, and to be successful and happy.
The Blind Woman is about the people who are trying to help Joe find his goals.
When the author of The Invisible Man describes how his wife had been struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts, it’s because of Joe.
And when the author describes how he had once wanted to be a teacher, it was because of the Fat Man.
When The Blind Girl has a friend who can’t get the hang of a pencil, the author writes that the girl can do it because she’s a Blind Woman.
When someone says to a Blind Girl that she needs to learn how to draw, the Blind Girl writes that she can learn how not to draw.
When a blind woman tells a