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Writers up in arms over Amazon's Kindle Unlimited

They say the new subscription service's all-you-can-eat business model offers them smaller rewards

Revenue from e-books levelled off in 2013 at US$3 billion after increasing nearly 50 per cent in 2012, according to BookStats. But Kindle Unlimited is making the glut worse, some writers say.

New York

AUTHORS are upset with Amazon. Again.

For much of the past year, mainstream novelists were furious that Amazon was discouraging the sale of some titles in its confrontation with the publisher Hachette over e-books. Now self-published writers, who owe much of their audience