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Old 08-29-2012, 03:29 PM   #49
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Originally Posted by speakingtohe View Post
I doubt that many would print a bad blurb/review in a book they were publishing. Also seems a tad unlikely that a well known author would write a glowing review of a book they found to be mediocre or worse.

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The well known writers get paid for writing them. It's only the midlisters who do it for free, they do it just to get their name on a few extra covers. Well known writers don't need that, and will have more corporations asking for them.
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