By Lisabet Sarai
In fact, this might be considered a rational business decision, because they have very little to lose.
In the days of print, publishers had to bear the financial consequences of bad decisions regarding who to publish. This tended to make them at least somewhat selective. Now, from a publisher's perspective, selectivity has almost zero advantage. The more books they release, the more money they make, especially since readers' appetite for sexually-themed ebooks appears to be insatiable.