There’s an interesting new development at Amazon.
“Amazon has announced that it will only sell print-on-demand books printed by its own print-on-demand service BookSurge.”
This is bad news if you’re currently selling your books published by Lulu.com and others at Amazon, because now you won’t be able to do that. You’ll have to use Amazon’s own services if you want Amazon sales.
This may be a quality issue. With BookSurge, Amazon could demand further editing with books which don’t meet quality guidelines. OTOH, it may just be that they want to build up BookSurge and make it the de facto POD standard.
Either way, it will be interesting to see what happens.
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