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Old 04-17-2010, 12:08 PM   #20
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It's the book for me. The author has about 10 pages or less to grab my attention. If s/he doesn't, I don't purchase it. The publisher has zero impact on my book purchases. Price is now becoming an issue. I won't buy an e book that costs more that a physical book and with the discount and half price bookstores available in my area, I can always find something for $3 - $5 dollars to read. I'd rather have an e book but can live without it.
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