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Old 11-08-2012, 11:57 AM   #17
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Presumably if one went with BookBaby and allowed them to distribute to Amazon as well as B&N etc. one would only get 35% royalties. Anyone know if this is the case? If Amazon paid the full 70% it would be a way round the US tax problem for non-US writers expecting a reasonable volume of sales. You'd still have to deduct BookBaby's fee, of course, but that would be a fixed overhead.

Update: Just checked my BookBaby account... You do get 70% royalties from Amazon - the same deal as you would get if you published directly.

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