The self-publishing revolution is a blessing...
Publishers Weekly announces self-publishing is up up up, and that's good good good--particularly for the Church. Remember how the printing press helped the Reformation? Rome couldn't block the direct pipeline the Reformers now had to expose the wickedness in high places, warning the sheep.
The same is true of the digital publishing revolution of the past three decades, starting with Macs and laser printers. Wheaton and Grand Rapids and Covenant and Redeemer can't block the direct pipeline reformers now have to the sheep. Every true shepherd owns his own printing press and every smartphone and tablet is his forum for warning his sheep day and night, from house to house.
And yes, the sale of nudity and perversion also benefits from this revolution, but don't forget about Edward's problem with young people looking at the manual for midwives. Every good gift is abused by sinful man.
(My son-in-law, Ben Crum, is employed by Author Solutions mentioned in the article linked above. Author Solutions was recently purchased by the Penguin Group.)