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Old 12-30-2012, 05:02 PM   #9
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Unless you are a big name author with name recognition, being a book author is a tough way to make a living. It always has been. In a way, as ebooks become more common, the markets begin to fragment and costs come down, things should pick up for authors who know how to market themselves to their target audience. I suspect that advances will go away though. The flip side is that books won't sit in the queue for a year+ before they are published anymore either.
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