And If the Readership Pulls in Different Directions?

And If the Readership Pulls in Different Directions?

While lots of authors are fond of saying that readers don’t care whether something is traditionally published or self-published, many of them also want to tell you there’s this marching army of indie-only reading author. So which is it going to be?—they’ll read anything? or they’ll read only free-range indie books?
Infographic: 4 Key Publishing Paths

Infographic: 4 Key Book Publishing Paths

This infographic breaks down the key 5 publishing paths, their value to authors, the potential pitfalls, and examples of each.
Writing on the Ether: Here Come the Buffet Readers -- Subscription Book Services

Writing on the Ether: Here Come the Buffet Readers — Subscription Book Services

As a hand-wringer here, I'm one of the "but not all" skeptics Coker mentions, unpersuaded, and how good that he's careful to note that we're not all mollified. For me it's not the compensation issue, actually. I'm more concerned about how literature of all genres (don't get sidetracked here, I mean all books) fare on the buffet.