I, King Wenclas, independent writer and ebook publisher,
any literary person, or defender of the publishing industry's price-fixing,
to read my new e-novel,
and name a better novel produced by publishing's Big Six this decade.
1.) Many good writers are shut out of mainstream publishing for reasons that have nothing to do with quality, marketability, or art.
2.) Some indy ebook novels are already competitive with the very best from the book conglomerates. By virtue of their independence-- their ability to take artistic risks-- they may be better.
The gauntlet has been thrown. Who'll respond?
(THE TOWER is available for $1.99 via Nook Books and, yes, Amazon's Kindle Store.)