This is an interesting (and somewhat depressing) article on ebooks.
http://blog.smashwords.com/2014/11/eboo … icult.html
The article says 'exponential" growth is over, not growth.
Wow, informative article and comments. I had to bookmark it and will go back tonight and read in its entirety. Just glancing through it helped me to pick up some tips. A commenter said that if you have to work an part-time job to help make ends meet, try to choose working hours that are not productive for you anyway. The example he gave was that, for him, the morning hours are best for writing and the evening hours are not, so he writes in the mornings and works security at music venues in the evenings. Thanks so much for the link!
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