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Old 09-14-2012, 07:04 PM   #13
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Let's see. Suppose someone was hungry and wanted a meal. They looked at the local guide and found a choice of thousands of places supplying meals - all at the same low price. Among those thousands was an establishment where the owner admitted that he could not cook, that he wasn't sure whether he had used the right ingredients, that he wasn't sure that the food was edible, BUT he would appreciate you telling him what he had done wrong.

Which would you choose?

It is the same with eBooks, there are thousands of free eBooks out there, why would anyone slog through one that was badly written if they could have one that was popular and entertaining?
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