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Old 03-29-2009, 11:38 PM   #2
BookMouse
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Glad I'm not the only one curious about that question, esp with the number of good authors hawking books for 1.59 on Kindle -- making a living at it or getting picked up by a traditional publisher will likely require a lot of investment effort, and a lot of writing for (basically) free just to get noticed.

I would have to imagine that traditional publishers would use ePub sales as an indicator of investment potential, assuming you weren't giving your book away free, but they're in such a state of confusion about what to do in the next ten years (and trying not to make the same tragic mistakes of the music industry) that it could be mixed at best.
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