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A Life In Fiction; How The Publishing Industry Is Faring

Posted at 7:26PM Sunday 24 Aug 2014

Publishing is one of the most difficult industries to predict, with reader tastes a constantly shifting patchwork. For authors, the reader is either an intriguing identikit or an infuriating Frankenstein.

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