How to Price Books and eBooks

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You have put a long time into writing your book and you are rightly quite proud of it. You suppose that there may be a few little things that could be improved on, but you could spend the rest of your life nit-picking it. The time has come to get on with the hard part – selling it.

Let’s assume that you have tried the traditional route of looking for a publisher and have not had it taken up or that you are part of the growing band of writers who don’t even try to go down that route, because it is too difficult, too time-consuming and too disappointing.

So, you choose to self-publish and you have uploaded and formatted your book both as a paperback and an ebook. Pricing is the next hurdle. How do you work out what to charge?

Firstly thing to remember, is that you actually…

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Posted on August 16, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Hi,

    Thank you for republishing my article.
    I am proud to have it and a reference to my book on your fine site.

    Regards,
    Owen

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