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Plot Thickens as 900 Writers Battle Amazon

from The New York Times

Out here in the woods, at the end of not one but two dirt roads, in a shack equipped with a picture of the Dalai Lama, a high-speed data line and a copy of Thoreau's "Civil Disobedience," Amazon's dream of dominating the publishing world has run into some trouble. Douglas Preston, who summers in this coastal hamlet, is a best-selling writer — or was, until Amazon decided to discourage readers from buying books from his publisher, Hachette, as a way of pressuring it into giving Amazon a better deal on e-books. more


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