There’s a lot of discussion about the book business and changes affecting it in recent months and more specifically recently with James Patterson’s book future ad in the New York Times Review and in Neil Gaiman’s 2013 London Book Fair speech. There’s also a lot of fear being bandied about – fear of the change of book form, fear of the loss of bookstores and libraries, fear of the shrinking of traditional publishing, fear of the online services that promotes the changes. That’s a lot of monsters under the proverbial bed of books. Patterson’s ad is full of implied problems that create these fears. Accusations such as that there are “no serious publishers with passionate, dedicated, idealistic editors” and questions like, “Who will discover…