Once your book is finished, it’s ready to be sent out and sold. Distribution is to send your book out to retailers, who will sell your book.
However concerned you are with profit, you’ll want your book to be competitively and reasonably priced. What is the price range of similar books of the same genre?
Pricing an eBook depends on various factors, including royalty rates, your eBook’s length, your eBook’s perceived quality, and the price of other books in the genre.
Factors affecting your print book (pBook) royalties include print cost, retail price, and trade discount.
A trade discount is the percentage of a book’s retail price that a retailer or wholesaler earns from the sale of an author’s book in exchange for distributing the book.
Book royalties refer to the percentage the author or illustrator receives out of the proceeds from the sale of each copy of the book.
Book royalties refers to the percentage the author or illustrator receives out of the proceeds from the sale of each copy of the book. Make book royalties work for you.
eBooks and print books (pBooks) can offer different advantages. We discuss them here.
You want your book to look as professional as possible. Having a professional publication is essential for successfully marketing your book.
An author website is an essential aspect of your author platform. The Internet provides people all over the world a chance to connect with you.