Unfortunately writers take a very small part of the profit on their books, and I think in the e-book world there is a real danger they will take even less, unless they are vigilant and robust about protecting their own interests.
When anything goes digital, let alone something as immaterial as a book, there is a tendency to see it as just in the air to be taken, and to lose the sense that somebody once made it.
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|Birth:||4th May, 1949|
Graham Colin Swift was born in London, England. He is an English novelist. He earned a B.A. degree in 1970 and an M.A. degree in 1975 from Queen's College, Cambridge University. Some of Swift's books have been filmed, including Last Orders and Waterland. He has written several novels include: The Sweet-Shop Owner, Shuttlecock(winner of the 1983 Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize), Waterland, Last Orders(winner of the 1996 Booker Prize and winner of the 1996 James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction), The Light of Day, Tomorrow, and Wish You Were Here.
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