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Ellora's Cave Cuts Staff, Blames Big Amazon Sales Drop

Posted at 6:23PM Sunday 24 Aug 2014

Ellora's Cave, the digital-first erotic romance publisher, has laid off both freelance and full-time staff, according to a note sent to its authors by the company CEO blaming the need for cuts on a "sharp decline of e-book sales via Amazon in recent months."

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