eBooks are changing the face of publishing in more ways than the obvious stampede away from physical volumes. Glaswegian author Denise Mina predicts a fiction revolution as self-publishing loosens the grip of publishers.
She says that ebooks will revolutionise everything, from book lengths to the dominance of middle-class authors. Mina, winner of the Theakston Old Peculiar Crime Novel of the Year award, says that people in publishing are very frightened at the moment.
(Via BBC News)
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