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Publishing E-books


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One of the most interesting topics to arise during the #digitalsurvival Literary Salon was the question of whether authors deserve higher royalty rates on e-book publications.

‘What’s the deal?’ was the question from a member of the audience that got the literary salon buzzing and started an in-depth discussion. On face value, the question was simple: how much does an author get paid per e-book sold, in comparison to print books? But this one question leads to a myriad of technical, ethical and traditional complications.

As a literary agent, author, and digital publisher, Allan Guthrie has a perfect perspective of the publishing industry in order to answer this question. Guthrie claimed that the set rate of most publishers is 25% and this is a non-negotiable figure, his personal opinion is that this is ‘daylight robbery’ – an opinion shared by many.

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