Well, it wasn't that small of a fraction - there were 11 examples given in the article, and 2 of them were definitely inaccurate. So talking about only 18% of something is apparently cherrypicking? If we expand that criteria to the ratio of successful self-published books out of all the self-published books produced in a year, I assume that less than 18% successful would also be cherrypicking? So are you cherrypicking successful self-published books, or are you arguing that more than 18% of them are successful? Or does "cherrypicking" only apply to other people's evidence, not yours?