Amazon has annoyed and frustrated many over the years, particularly authors and publishers, with its insistence it was “their way or the highway.”
And true to say, it seemed that Amazon could do whatever it darn well pleased, could play fast and loose with these key players in their business model, simply because it appeared unstoppable and had an invincible sway in book distribution.
But some recent events indicate that Amazon may have finally crossed the line with too many in the book world for its own good. Ah, Karma. Some forces are bigger than even Amazon.
Brick-And-Mortar Bookstores Play The Print Card Against Amazon (from NPR)
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