So, I've been considering weighing in on the DoJ's case against Apple and five of the Big Six, but there is so much out there already. Needless to say, I am taking the DoJ's side in this, and not just because I'm a self-pubber.
There is plenty of Amazon-bashing going on, and I just don't understand it. Yeah, they are a powerhouse, but they seem to be the only one that is working to improve both the writer's and the reader's experience.
But it's late and I spent the day digging large rocks out of my yard, so I think I'll defer this to three people that can blog circles around me.
Nathan Bransford tackles the subject in his post What Will the Book World Look Like After the DoJ Lawsuit?
Then there is the ever-vocal Joe Konrath and his post The Agency Model Sucks.
And lastly is David Gaughran's Don't Be Fooled: Big Publishing Hates Competition.
Sorry for phoning this post in, but my hands hurt and I really need to get to bed. If these three can't convince you that the Big Six don't care about you, then there isn't much I can say that will.