Rachelle Gardner (litterär agent) om varför en författare ska bidra till försäljningen. Hon skriver bl a i bloggen:
"In the golden days of publishing, it was common for publishers to put a book out there, then expect it to slowly build. They'd allow time for readers to find it. Even if a first book didn't sell very well, publishers took the long view of an author, understanding that it might take two or three books for readers to find them. They'd stick with that author and build them over time. But today it's rare to get that kind of treatment. We don't have the luxury of ´waiting´ for an author to find an audience."
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