“What’s Bad for Writers Is Not Good for Readers” at The Faster Times

14Mar11

At The Faster Times Lincoln Michel talks about why devaluing novels published as eBooks makes it tougher for writers to produce quality work, which means everyone loses—the artist and the consumer. It’s pretty simple: If you can’t make money at writing, then you have to make money doing other things, which takes time away from writing, which makes the work suffer, which has readers reading shitty books, which makes them take their attention elsewhere.

And everyone should know Amazon is not a friend to authors. It never has been.

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