use prepublication in a sentence.
Consider the recent uproar over Amy Chua's Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother -- the prepublication excerpt alone attracting over 1 million reads and 7,500 comments -- which reveals that Americans may be harboring a deep-set fear of other cultures and countries getting ahead, beating our system, "winning," so to say.
The novel, due out in the U.S. next month, is a best seller in England and has had enthusiastic prepublication reviews here.
Her story graced the cover of TIME last week and a prepublication insert was printed in the Wall Street Journal.
The books we preview are selected either because they are written by well known authors and are thus likely to be of interest to many readers, or because they are books that are receiving particularly strong prepublication reviews.
In order to create the monthly Preview issues, we read the prepublication magazines and all the major publishers 'catalogs looking for notable books to highlight.