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01/09/2011

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It is discouraging to witness the closing of bricks-and-mortar book stores. However, survival of the fittest is always at play in the marketplace, and I don't think physical book sales will completely disappear in the intermediate future. Perhaps I'm optimistic because of my venture to sell books via a smartphone app.

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It's great to hear from you and see what you've been up to. In your blog I feel your enthusiasm for life. thank you.

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Yeah, You certainly deserve a round of applause for your post and more specifically, your blog in general. Very high quality material.

Military History Bookseller

There will always be a need for good walk in bookstores around the world. Not matter what comes in the form of new technology, there are always those who wish to browse books, touch them before buying and for a preference of paper copies over the latest technical device for reading them.

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Joel Dreher

I love bookstores but they are indeed doomed. I have joined the revolution myself and now have seven books published on Amazon. They have made it free and easy to publish books and will continue to precipitate the decline of hard back books...

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