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Authors forget traditional publishing for independence

Katie Hinderer | 15 May 2011
Independent authors around the world have found success by publishing eBooks on sites like Amazon and Barnes and Nobel. The process is surprisingly simple and it’s free. You upload your book, create a cover design, set the sale price and then publish.

Dating 2011: ABG Maturity

Elyse Burns | 28 April 2011
Three writers have done more for true women's liberation than any less elegant feminist of today.
 
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