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Indies Are Getting Clobbered By Big Name Ebook Discounts

Posted at 11:04PM Thursday 12 Dec 2013

As anyone in publishing can tell you, the Big 5 publishers release most of their Fall titles in a tight window starting in late September and stretching to early December. That's a huge influx of content from popular and best-selling authors, and it's pretty obvious that the major ebookstores are going to push the hot new releases. So of course indie authors might see a noticeable drop in sales as readers spend their limited budget on more expensive ebooks.

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