Stop whining, start selling

<p>So Richard Samson didn't sell his digital Lonely Planet guides to Borders or Waterstone's (News, 29th September), and now he's come crying to The Bookseller? (Which, incidentally, gave him a three-column article expanding on his failure to penetrate.) </p><p>Welcome to the real world, Richard. Sometimes booksellers just don't want what you've got, however worthwhile or saleable you happen to think it. Deal with it somehow: go home and kick the dog, sit in the car park at Brentford sobbing while eating a giant-size bag of Minstrels, even rethink your sales and marketing strategies, but w...

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