Good discussion of print editions. I agree with the author of this post. I hope to be back next week as I’m still recovering from a virus.
Last October I wrote a blog post why every author should offer print versions of their e-books.
In the meantime I discovered even more reasons to have at least a small amount of printed books
listed. Read on:
E-book authors might be happy with their sales on Amazon, Apple, Kobo or Barnes & Noble. You might have even turned it into an audio book. But the questions for a “real” book, paper back or hard-cover copy from conservative friends or elderly family members are nagging… And wouldn’t it be nice to walk into a Chapters or Baker & Taylor or one of these rare independent book shops and see your book in the shelf?
You will not earn a fortune, not even a living, but for a couple of months it is a nice pocket change. Only months… yes, because longer than this, barely any…
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