This is something new we (myself along with Born to Read Books ) are doing new this year. It's where we ask...wtf about something that's bothering us. Fun right! So here is what I want to talk about today. Does it seem to you that more and more New York published authors are moving towards self publishing? Are they doing this because they want to or is it because New York publishers don't want them anymore? I'd love to hear your thoughts about this so share them with us!
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