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Old 06-06-2020, 07:57 AM   #22
SteveEisenberg
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Tolkien spent the bulk of his life creating Middle Earth yet the books didn't really take off economically until decades after release.
Your post applies best to timeless works of imagination requiring little real-world research. They indeed do not need a publishing infrastructure.

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Appropos of which, Patterson is actually honest with his ghost written stories.
Here I agree with you.
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