Yes via the magic of trees and ink, those without readers will be able to experience the endless excitement of Bittersweet Farm next month.
The way Maggie Dana and I help each other may be featured in an article appearing in the Huffington Post next month so if that happens, I'll be sure to mention it.
Indie publishing is not like traditional publishing in so many ways. Large publishers believe their audience is small and each reader has to be fought to win over. If books didn't cost $30 maybe readers could afford to buy more books. In digital publishing, the costs and prices are low. Readers are able to read as much as they want. Writers don't have to be in competition for a small market, they can help each other reach the audience.