Amanda Hocking Gets the Times Magazine Treatment

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Amanda Hocking, 26-year-old self-publishing wunderkind, earns a New York Times Magazine profile describing her road to a $2 million deal with St. Martins for rights to her ten novels including My Blood Approves and Hollowland.

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2 Responses to “Amanda Hocking Gets the Times Magazine Treatment”

  1. Joe Sutton
    at 3:11 pm on June 17, 2011

    I haven’t read any of Hocking’s books, so maybe I shouldn’t talk, but it disappoints me that her plots/characters/etc seem solely based off what would make her books more popular or gain more money–or that’s the impression I get from the article, anyway.

    I’m glad that digital self-publishing has helped jump-start the careers of writers, but I don’t look forward to having to sift through less-than-desirable reading material in the future.

  2. CV
    at 12:05 pm on June 20, 2011

    Shit always floats to the top.

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