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  • Started by Lorelei Elstrom
    Last reply by Ottilie Weber
    ...a consumer of romance novels in the world. So I went on Elance.com and found a translator for my book who will work on a percentage of the German profits.  She seems amazing. I'm so h...
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  • ...our book like any other publisher, but you will pay for services as you wouldn't pay a traditional publisher. However, a higher percentage of the profits (sometimes 100%) will be your...
  • ...re is lots of information about how to use the sites and download your files yourself. Also a plus, without a middle man you will see more of the profits. - If you're doing a print ve...
  • ...t it did him good to know that his writing was appreciated as it would all of us!) Around 2002-7 some publishing houses counted over 50% of their profits came from autobiographical wr...
  • ...noticed. The large pub companies require the author to do an awful lot of self-promoting these days! So what is the point of letting them take my profits? The marketing is the service...
  • ...and tell my story the way it's meant to be without changing scenes editors don't like or think could be better. Plus I'll get to keep more of the profits from the sales. My hubby has...
  • ..... You must have seen HUGE changes in self-pub. Would you care to comment? The issue of pricing is a challenge. Also, how does one make money if profits are so low and you have to pa...
  • ...ry and the slave trade. The area where I live is full of grand houses and a librarian told me that many of these grand estates were funded by the profits of slave trade and plantation...
  • ...n I could find, and all of the publishers of e-books, and I think for the price, if you want them to handle that aspect of your book, even though profits are small, it takes a load of...
  • ...be my fingers typing away. I live in NYC and used to travel lots as a TV Producer and the last 6 years have tamed down and work for different non-profits. I love to play with anything...