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Old 10-30-2009, 04:14 AM   #2
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Not just Macmillan, Charles; according to this week's trade press, the trend is pretty general -- at least where the bigger houses are concerned. Twenty percent seems to be the figure becoming standard. My own wee indie house and others I know will make no change in author royalty ... minimum 10% on treebook and 40% on ebook. Anything lower suggests desperation or greed. Neil
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