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Amazon's Book Sales Not Without Hiccups

While self-publishing authors originally loved the ease of using Amazon, some are now describing it as a marketplace where third-party sellers run wild. “The bookstore is the oldest part of Amazon, still central to its identity but no longer to its bottom line,” per The New York Times. “It feels like where every Amazon shopping experience could be heading — immense, full of ads and unvetted reviews, ruled by algorithms and third-party sellers whose identities can be elusive.”

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