there’s an interesting article here from Dear Author about Terry Goodkind moving to put his older books out through another publisher rather than Tor, the print publisher that he’s always worked with.

while I’m not a fan of this particular author it does boggle the mind that Tor, who tossed me a truckload of free ebooks and started me on John Scalzi’s excellent Old Man’s War series, doesn’t “do” ebooks. Sort of bass-ackwards, if you get my drift.

however, it does illustrate about how you either give the audience what they want or risk losing your control to ebook pirates.

😦

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  1. It’s wild cause some big pubs will release them in ebook as well as print but the price is the same as the hardcover?! Then they lament that no one is buying ebooks like the print, well duh! lol

  2. It’s wild cause some big pubs will release them in ebook as well as print but the price is the same as the hardcover?! Then they lament that no one is buying ebooks like the print, well duh! lol

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