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Where Do Publishing Professionals Get Their Books?

Posted at 4:33PM Monday 28 Jul 2014

Since publishing professionals are not quite the average book consumer, Publishing Trends conducted a quick, informal survey on where publishing professionals get their books and whether or not that has changed over time.

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