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Posted by Victoria McNallyPosted on Tue, 30 Sep 2014in BookWorks

Since the creation and sudden growth of the eBook market first began, many critics and traditional publishers have touted the innovation as the final nail in the coffin of "physical" books. As we all know, for a lot of self-publishers it's much easier to focus exclusively on eBooks and not even think about creating physical copies of your work, at least until you know for sure than an audience will support you through all the production fees. But in an interview on Huffington Post live, noted horror writer Stephen King said that he doesn't think the thing we know of...