My old publishers is still selling my book and that means they’re getting money from sales, and not sending me royalties!
“Somebody ordered the book and they got the first edition with the old cover. Why?”
Tate Publishing’s properties up for auction!; Amazon upset about Seattle’s new “head tax”; Authors sue Cengage Publishing over new subscription model; Popular authors don’t always sue fan fiction writers; Can an author trademark a single, common word like “cocky?”
Tate Publishing’s Court Hearing Delayed for the Third Time!; Six reasons NOT to trust the New York Times Best Seller List; Amazon laying off lots of folks; Author drops lawsuit against publisher; When will Amazon’s monopolistic actions stop?
I put up my book on Amazon’s Kindle last year for almost a year but not a single copy was sold. Did I do something wrong?
Want to get the inside scoop on a publishing company? Look no further than their employees! (And, beware of false “positive” reviews posted online!)
Amazon sued by employees; Your tweets can get you sued! Can you afford the legal fees?; Are the wealthy suing journalists to silence them?
Has you print on demand book suddenly been listed as “out of stock” or “unavailable” on Amazon? Or, does it now have a ridiculous lead time – like “Usually ships in 1 to 2 months?” You need to read this and you need to immediately contact your publisher…
Let’s say I go with BookLocker instead. Everybody I know buys their books (ebook or paperback) on Amazon. If the paperback listed on Amazon is not POD-created by the Amazon subsidiary, who fulfills the order? Who notifies the POD publisher to print a copy, and who ships the copy to the buyer?
Last week, on a publisher’s list, someone wrote in asking about NovelRank.com. He wanted to know if their numbers only came from Amazon, or if they counted third party sellers as well. He said NovelRank was reporting more sales than his printer. That was not at all surprising!