Prime Palaver #6: “Today, more than a year later, the paperback edition of 1632 has a net sales of about 34,000 copies and has a sell-through of 88%. If being available for free in the Library has hurt me any, with that book, I’d be puzzled to see how.” - I really want a non-static analysis on this, and to see the impact of having a lot of authors doing this rather than a few (which is to say - right now it’s a rare marketing gimic. what happens when it isn’t?).