Writer Jason Pinter On What Matters

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The Internet is a global reproach to the Tina Browns of this world.

This is why people are busy reading the Net instead of print.

The Internet gives people what they are interested in.

It’s too bad Suits too often equate “what people are interested in” with pandering.

Jason Pinter:

Prior to becoming a full time writer, Jason worked as a book editor for five years at three major publishing houses.

His website.

2 Responses to Writer Jason Pinter On What Matters

  1. MikeMc says:

    Mr. Pinter is on right on the money here, I rarely read my local paper’s book section instead I use the internet or pick up a copy of BookPage(bookpage.com) at my local library. BookPage covers many genres but they only publish positive reviews (the theory being that if a book is crap why waste space on it) so don’t expect them to tell which books they think you should avoid.

  2. laura says:

    Anyone wondering about the future of publishing need only read this post.

    “This is why people are busy reading the NET instead of print,” and Bob’s your Uncle!

    The people who need to understand that are probably still reading print. Too bad for them.

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