It doesn't matter if a book is good in a classical or academic sense. All that now matters is whether or not people want to read it and if they'll pay to do so.
If there's something that the advertising for the Kindle, and indeed any eReader device, promotes, it's that reading digital books is for everyone.
Amazon proudly boasts that, as of May this year, digital books are now out-selling their print equivalent on the world's largest online store.
Many people think that being a Psychic and seeing the future would be a piece of cake making life a breeze.
The personal growth industry is built on the idea that we can get fired up by a walk-on-coals weekend seminar or a new book and then radically change our life. Most of us have been 'motivated' in this way, and I'm not saying it's bad. But what tends to happen? A couple of weeks after the big epiphany we go back to our normal selves and the life we had before.