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Stephen King Wants to Support Real Bookstores, Lets Amazon Sell ...

I am not opposed to the existence of e-books; I know lots of people are wildly enthusiastic about them. But I have spent my life working with books as an art form and I am devoted to physical books. E-books in their current incarnations are still imperfect and they threaten the arts of book design and typography. As a book conservator I am also nervous about the digitization of books: will...

Amazon vs Local bookstore

Codered Codered says:
How to get a book published on Amazon into bookstores and libraries?
I have recently uploaded my first book onto Amazon. It is now processing. I really want to get it into bookstores and/or library. Does anybody happen to know how I would go about doing it? Even if it was just a small local bookstore, that...
mary sue from some YA fanfic-type romance book. says:
You can't get self-published books in bookstores or in libraries. Or you just have to go door-to-door, as they say, and talk to the person at each library and promote your book to them. Same with...

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Amazon Books Is Coming to Bethesda Row - Bethesda Beat ...

Updated 4:15 p.m. Nov. 13: Bibliophiles mourning the loss of Barnes & Noble on Bethesda Row can take heart: an Amazon Books is coming to town.

Amazon is getting almost no revenue from its bookstores

In a previous call, Olsavsky said Amazon's bookstores are more than just a place to sell books, but also provide a great channel to showcase the company's hardware devices. Last month, reported that Amazon is seeing an uptick in online sales in

How Independent Bookstores Have Thrived in Spite of Amazon.com

Ryan Raffaelli set out to discover how independent bookstores have managed to survive and even thrive in spite of Amazon and other online retailers. His initial 

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Federal Realty 'Thrilled' To Bring Amazon Books to Bethesda Row

The landlord of Bethesda Row said the company is excited to introduce Amazon Books to the area, so readers will continue to have shopping options after the exit of Barnes & Noble. “We are thrilled to be in a position to continue to provide our