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E-Books & Self-Publishing Roundup, November 18, 2014 | MediaShift

1. In Europe, slower growth for e-books (Stephen Heyman / New York Times) 2. Amazon and Hachette: Bad for everyone but consumers (Jason Abbruzzese / Mashable) 3. 50 Shades and the new queens of self-publishing (Deirdre Reynolds / Independent.ie) 4.

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