In this case, the publisher's goal is to build a list of reader-customers who like This General Type of Story so they can sell books by semi-specific genre rather than author. Midlist authors also benefit from niche-to-broad expansions. To continue to earn profits, the publisher needs to lead the customer via interest to additional sales opportunities. It's like going to Target for a t-shirt, and the pants are right beside them because if you're interested in a new shirt why not buy the cute high-rise pants that won't show plumber's crack? And the undies are by the pants because those new pants might show panty lines so best pick up a pair of thongs, and the underwear section backs to the feminine hygiene section because The Marketing Strategy is about moving backlists aka existing inventory.
- Girls Astray. [Complete] - Natalie Jennifer - Wattpad.
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- Deregulierung des Luftverkehrs am Beispiel der Privatisierung von Flughäfen in Deutschland (German Edition).
Publishers have rights to books for years and years and years. Ebooks allow them to keep selling those books without the overhead of printing and warehouse.
Similar theory applies to taking an ebook-only offering and putting it in print for a limited run, possibly as an exclusive with a brick and mortar retailer. Suddenly, there's a print-only audience ready to be assailed with advertising. Discounts and product bundling entice readers from other loosely-related genres to dabble at low-risk to the publisher and the reader.
Broad Marketing strategies often work. We've all heard the "I didn't expect to like this, but I ended up loving it.
The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Natural Philosophy, by Remy De Gourmont.
Elsewhere in the book, however, he seems more taken with the refinements of his own prose than with pressing home his argument, and it becomes unclear what he is driving at. This is especially the case in his chapter on ''Ulysses. Bersani is much too subtle a critic to play the heavy-handed iconoclast, but to prove his case against the culture of redemption he needs to deconstruct some of that culture's masterpieces.
These are works whose inspired orderliness in their representation of the real is at odds with his own romantic concern for ''the absolute singularity of human experience.
As Mr. Bersani sees it, in such a book the absolutely singular has been betrayed because the novelist uses it only to exemplify a higher truth or design; reality has been annihilated so that Proust can indoctrinate us with his philosophy of time and of memory.
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But how is any writer to represent to us the absolutely singular when representation itself requires symbols, such as those of language, which are absolutely not singular? Bersani is nothing if not paradoxical, and this is a fundamental paradox he has to get around at all costs. His answer seems to be that literature must make of its own unavoidable failure to respect the uniqueness of lived experience a theme of literature itself; it must give up the pious idea that art's saving role is to overprint a real chaos with an imaginary order.
Rather than Proust, therefore, let us take for our literary hero a writer such as Thomas Pynchon, whose ''Gravity's Rainbow'' mockingly frustrates our paranoid efforts to read some final great plot into what is in truth an incoherent novel. Pynchon pays his dues to reality by his sardonic refusal to join in the redemptionist game.
He is not Mr. Bersani's only example of a model antiredemptionist writer; another is the Frenchman Georges Bataille, who was, despite Mr. Bersani's claims for him, no sort of novelist, but who did have extraordinary ideas, close enough to Mr. Bersani's own, about how a certain kind of literature could plunge us fleetingly into an erotic swoon as our selves merged ecstatically with the nonself of the text.
Translated from the Bulgarian by Elitza Kotzeva (Dalkey Archive Press, 2016)
This is not an experience I ever expect to have. It dies of illness and wounds; it dies of weariness, of witherings, of tarnishings. People will forget what you did. But people will never forget how you made them feel.
Girls Astray. [Complete]
When the soul lies down in that grass, the world is too full to talk about. We spend more, but have less,we buy more more, but we enjoy less. We have bigger houses, but smaller families, more conveniences, but less time. More degrees, but less sense, more knowledge, but less judgement, more experts, but more problems, more medicine, but less wellness. Multiplied our possesions, reduced our values.
- Girls Astray. [Complete] - Natalie Jennifer - Wattpad;
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Talk too much, love too seldom, and hate too often. Conquered outer space but not innerspace. Plan more, accomplish less. Learned to rush, but not to wait. We build more computers to hold more information, produce more copies than ever, but we communicate less and less. These are the times of fast food, slow digestion, big men and small character, steep profits and shallow relationships. These are the days of two incomes but more divorce, fancier houses, but broken homes. When we are afraid, we pull back from life.
When we are in love, we open to all that life has to offer with passion, excitement, and acceptance.