Tag: printed books
a new study only 4% of active readers are reading digital books exclusively. That means 96% of readers still buy printed books. Even among a younger demographic (age 30 and below), 50% of readers are purchasing printed books ONLY. As a self-published author you should absolutely make your book available as an eBook. The benefits are obvious: unlimited shelf-space, affordable worldwide distribution, no manufacturing costs per unit (beyond the initial design, formatting, and conversion), nearly instant delivery to your fans, and much more. But if you're serious about your writing career, you should also be selling your novel as a printed book.
3 reasons why you should print hard copies of your novelWhen you publish a printed book with great design and a striking cover, you can:
Save big on a holiday gift, guaranteed to please.The holidays are coming, which is already reason enough to start printing your book, but now we have an even better one: You can save $200. Place a new order for 250 or more printed books by the end of the year and you can save $200. This offer is good for any trim size and any binding style, hardcover, or soft.
Teresa L. Irvin, author of I Want to Know How to Grow
I’ve been a busy lady! Besides utilizing social media, blogs and websites pertaining to children, parents and grandparents, and having a website of my own, I’ve mailed...
Jonathan J. Wunrow, author of High Point: A Climber's Guide to Central America.
Here are a few things I've done to promote High Points: A Climber's Guide to Central America: