Posts Tagged: Pricing

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Would I rather win as a reader or as an indie author?
July 11, 2014
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What bookstores want….and why indie authors should learn to give it to them. Part I.
September 11, 2013
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                                                                     Via: Flickr I see a lot of indie authors complaining that they can’t get their books into the indie bookstores. They blame it on a number of things. Their book comes from Createspace. The manager refused to even look at it. They told me they had no room for my book. He […]
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Kindle MatchBook!
September 4, 2013
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                                              Via: Flickr I just finished enrolling my books into Kindle MatchBook. If only everything were so simple. I don’t just mean the process ( I clicked on a couple of boxes and a dropdown, I’m exhausted) I mean the decision to do so. For those who aren’t yet familiar with what I’m blabbering about I’ll explain. Yesterday Amazon did everyone a favor by introducing […]
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Pricing Perspective
September 28, 2012
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There have been a lot of people discussing pricing lately and some of it I just can’t wrap my head around. The range they are discussing is so small that I feel most have lost the proper perspective when it comes to putting a dollar amount on their book. Let’s look at the range for a moment. This can be divided into two distinct groups; the trade publishers and the Indies. For arguments sake we’ll be thinking along the lines of full-length fiction thrillers. E-books […]