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As self-publishing matures, there may be a growing sense that the means of publishing was never the point. Independent authors, on the whole, may be moving past the self-pub crusading stage and on to a new, refreshing focus — on the work itself.
As publishing and its authors struggle to reach the right readers under a mountain of digitally triggered content, a young company in Boston — Trajectory — may be powering up the algorithms of true book “discoverability.”
With no cost to participants, Authorbuddies.com is a nice, cheap date of a mutual-advice system for writers publishing internationally. And pending what its creator Matthias Matting has done to that dating software he altered, you might even get lucky tonight.