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One of the major changes in the twenty-first century so far for writers is publishing online. Such online stores as Amazon.com, Alibris.com, Barnes & Noble.com, can make potential novice-writer's chances, greater and even more competitive, since these online retail bookstores reach a huge customer base all over the world. But keep in mind, as a novice, getting rich is not the main objective. Meaning self publishing is a very corrupt, competitive business and not for the get-rich-quick seeker.
On the other hand standard brick & mortar publishing houses are still a viable resource for authors even in 2014, moreover these publishing houses are slowly upgrading their methodologies to be more competitive with online retailers like Amazon or Alibris by going online themselves to compete.
This means the old ways of publishing nevertheless are now taking a back seat to the power of the Internet and so the brick & mortal publishing houses must get fully involved with the self publishing business or get out altogether. Moreover this definitely means overseas markets are up for grabs and some hawkish businesses readily understand the stark implications of this.
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