"AMAZON have offered a higher royalty payment to authors and publishers who use a self-publishing platform on its Kindle electronic book reader."
Alas, nothing for the affiliates.
Rest of news article here.
wow, that's impressive.
so how does someone get their work on Kindle, or is it just for the John Grishams of the world?
CreateSpace or straight through Amazon. Or if you have a publisher then you can request that format.
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