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January 03, 2012


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Really interesting chat. I agree with about 90% of what Scott says.

Disclaimer: I'm one of his college friends and talked to him about Mindfire at different points.

Judith Briles

I look at self-publishing the way Scott does and I agree, editors must not abandon authors who venture to self-publishing if they do not want to lose more and more authors in the future. Why not lend a helping hand instead (considering that it does still entail a price)? Even if authors do go through self-publishing, they do appreciate all the help they can get.

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