Wednesday, July 16, 2003

One of the drawbacks of going with a print-on-demand publisher is that you can't sell your novels at a competitive rate. A trade paperback from Tor goes for $8.95 or $12.95. But your novel from just about any POD outfit will start at $15.95. That's just the cost of production.

That's about five dollars more than the average bookstore browser is willing to shell out for an unknown author.

But then, I see things like this.

Go figure.

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