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Old 12-30-2012, 11:33 AM   #7
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Just part of the transition from big houses to many smaller independent publishers. It will be painful for many, no doubt. I do agree with the article that many "professional" authors may be hurt but I think what we're seeing is a shift in what that term means.

Many more people will be able to break into publishing who could not before. I think what we may see is a growing pie (book sales) divided into many more fragments. As someone who went from 0% to a small slice of that pie, I'm not complaining.
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