Saturday, July 16, 2011

The Indie Publishing Revolution

Mike Shatzkin and - in the comments - Joe Konrath provide perspectives on whether best selling e-book writer John Locke would have fared better with a traditional publisher.

That is assuming, of course, that Locke would have been able to land a traditional publisher. An interesting argument once surfaced in a separate forum: After their agents scoured the traditional publishers, many authors only received one offer. But for that single offer, they'd still be in the cold.

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