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Author Beware: Why Trusting Literary Agents…

. costly-error . Since the advent of self-publishing not only trade publishers, but also agents got into hard times. Desperate, literary agencies suddenly started to ride on the self-publishing wagon. However without having a clue about the business of self-publishing – or publishing for that matter. For some of them the solution was to turn to Argo Navis, who call their services: “Agent-Curated Self-Publishing”. They don’t work with authors directly and accept only manuscripts that are submitted to them by contracted literary agents. Read more: http://www.savvybookwriters.com/why-trusting-literary-agents-can-be-a-bad-idea/ . Please follow us on our new site We moved this blog over to http://savvybookwriters.com/blog   Tagged: Agent-Curated Self-Publishing, Argo Navis, Author beware, Literary Agents, SavvyBookWriters.com/blog, vanity publishing


Tips for Worldwide Book Distribution

. ebook-distribution Aggregators handle distribution, sales, accepting payments, and are managing your account with the online retailers. Avoid those distributors, who take a 10 or even 15% commission (on top of the retailers margin)  for every book sold. Not everyone has a Kindle, many folks are die-hard Apple iBook fans or using a Nook, or order from Kobo. Why forego these sales? Good to know: there are alternatives to aggregators who don’t reduce your revenues – no matter how many books you sell. Read the whole article on our new blog here: http://www.savvybookwriters.com/how-to-distribute-your-ebook-worldwide/ Don’t forget to sign up there, to get the blog posts directly.  

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Tagged: Apple iBooks, Book distribution, eBookpartnership, how to sell your ebook worldwide, new blog, SavvyBookWriters.com/blog


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