The Agent Game

A viewpoint on publishing

Today on Twitter….

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  • 10:20 RT @RachelleGardner: #pubtip Please do not email me two days after sending a partial to see if I have an answer yet! Quickest answer = no. #
  • 10:23 Seriously, NYT? bit.ly/7fPCQB Didn’t this trick already fail a few times? #
  • 11:06 Watch as Amazon responds to rumors of Apple’s negotiations with the big publishers by trying to wreck publishing: is.gd/6FLBS #
  • 11:08 The idea that money lost will be made up in "volume" is ludicrous. After an initial burst, readers won’t buy more books than they can read. #
  • 13:00 @Janet_Reid How many more books would buy if eBooks were $4? Especially since, as a Kindle owner, their entire inventory is your TBR pile? #
  • 13:01 @Janet_Reid There’s no point in increasing your purchases when you can use the wireless to buy a book on a whim. #
  • 13:03 @Starshadw You’re actually another argument against their idea that cheap eBooks will get every reader to buy lots more books. #
  • 13:16 @Janet_Reid I buy more books than can read too. Just find their idea that majority of readers will hugely increase their book buying flawed. #
  • 16:15 Here’s @Janet_Reid on what you need before you query: short.to/136if (via @RachelleGardner) #
  • 16:22 @Janet_Reid I’m not arguing it won’t go up, but article in question made it sound like they were talking explosion rather than bump. #

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Written by incognito

20 January 2010 at 11:55 pm

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