2015-07-11 11-05-54 -0700“To write books is easy, it requires only pen and ink and the ever-patient paper.

To print books is a little more difficult, because genius so often rejoices in illegible handwriting.

To read books is more difficult still, because of a tendency to go to sleep.

But the most difficult task of all that a mortal man can embark on is to sell a book.”

― Stanley Unwin, British publisher, 19 December 1884 – 13 October 1968


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