Barnes & Noble to Start a Print Book Self-Pub Option?

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Check out this article from Digital Book World about a new venture at Barnes and Noble to allow self-published writers to offer print versions in B&N venues, hopefully a step that will help keep them afloat. Chime in with your views on whether this new option is worth a look.




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9 responses to “Barnes & Noble to Start a Print Book Self-Pub Option?

  1. It doesn’t say if the 1,000 ebooks have to be sold on B&N. That might be tough for many authors because of Amazon’s dominance.


  2. lynettedavis

    Reblogged this on Memoir Notes.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Nice to know, but those of us who are searching for Indie-written Literary Fiction (or other genres that sell slowly) need not hold our breath. Those high prior sales requirements mean that B&N is merely behaving like any other traditional publisher.


  4. Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog and commented:
    Great find Virginia 👍😃

    Liked by 1 person

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