Letters 3 November 2012

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3rd November, 2012
AN E-BOOK IN A HAYSTACK For someone who has self-published e-books, one issue was missing from the article “Rewriting the book” (October 27): discoverability. Unless you can get people talking, as with EL James and the catchy “mummy porn” label, your e-books have to rise up the lists for anyone to find them. No reviews and no sales, and it is at the bottom of the list. A catchy title helps, so that people searching by title can at least find it. I made the mistake of calling ...

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