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November 15, 2020



Book deals can be extraordinarily lucrative, sometimes even when the book doesn't sell
Whenever I see advances that make no sense given any reasonable expectation of sales I presume the book deal is a disguised bribe of some sort. It's pretty easy for somebody to "order" however many thousands of books and launder a bribe through the publisher.

Tom Bowler

It's pretty easy for somebody to "order" however many thousands of books...

Bingo! I wonder if the publisher actually prints the books for those large orders, or if it merely commits to delivering the books that were "ordered" on request.

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