Ebook Economics: Value for Readers and Writers (31 Aug 2005)
The conflicts have long been cliché. The writing life is famous for inner turmoil of the most stereotypical kind. There's the artist versus the professional, the egoistical explainer versus the inadequate master of language, and the member of the intelligentsia who loves nothing more than a comfortable salon (with a well-stocked bar ensuite) versus the miser with the constant fear of poverty (albeit not so much the fear of going without coal for the stove as much as children going without a new XBox for Christmas).
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