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Amazon Is Aggressively Out Marketing Publishers For Author's Favor

Posted at 6:56AM Tuesday 19 Jun 2012

While it isn't a surprise for Amazon to aggressively promote the benefits of KDP (after all, they've been doing so for quite some time), today's reference to Jessica Park and her piece titled, "How Amazon Saved My Life" is on a different level altogether.

You simply don't see authors raving about traditional publishers like this.

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