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Hachette's Writers Appeal To Amazon's Board To End Dispute

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Posted by Victoria McNallyPosted on Tue, 16 Sep 2014in BookWorks

The altercation between Amazon and Hachette Book Group till does not look like it's going to end amicably any time soon. Since news of the feud first broke back in May of this year, The New York Times reported yesterday that Authors United, a subset of Hachette published writers and their professional supporters, posted a new letter to their website on Monday appealing directly to Amazon's board of directors and urging them to consider the actions that their company has taken this summer.. "We find it hard to believe that all members of the Amazon board approve of these actions,"...