COALITION FOR CHEAPER BOOKS LAUNCHES PERSONAL ATTACK

COALITION FOR CHEAPER BOOKS LAUNCHES PERSONAL ATTACK

In what seems to be an extraordinary attempt to question the integrity of Sheryl Gwyther (our Saving Aussie Books site administrator), the ‘Coalition for Cheaper Books’ has accused her of advertising on her own website for a New Zealand online bookseller who sells her children’s book for 13 % less than in Australia. This occurred after Sheryl  presented our PETITIONS to MPs in Parliament House.

Let’s get the facts right:   Sheryl Gwyther does not have any ads on her website or her blog, and never has. Check them out for yourself.

www.sherylgwyther.net
http://sherylgwyther.wordpress.com
http://sherylgwytherauthor.blogspot.com/

This appears to be an attempt to muddy the waters in the debate against Parallel Importation of Book – but just like the Coalition for Cheaper Books’ promises that removing PIRs will cut book prices, it is a claim that has NO substance.

If they are so misinformed about  something so simple as Sheryl Gwyther’s publicly accessible website, it makes you wonder about the authenticity of the rest of the data behind the Coalition for Cheaper Books’ claims.

Dee White – author (member of the Saving Aussie Books campaign)

At Parliament House, Canberra

The Petition at Parliament House, Canberra

Press Conference in Parliament House

Press Conference in Parliament House

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4 thoughts on “COALITION FOR CHEAPER BOOKS LAUNCHES PERSONAL ATTACK

  1. g’day sheryl
    ’tis a boozh-wah world still & the coalition for “cheaper” books! sure as hell ain’t about to pull their fingers out of their crumbling dam wall
    jim

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