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Which is more important for a self published author, physical or ebook copies?


Both have advantages: ebooks aren't limited by stock or location and are generally cheaper. Physical books can sit on the shelves of local bookstores and can be handed to interested parties who aren't tech-savvy. But, which would you say is more important to have for an author looking to self publish?

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Tamara Wilhite (tamarawilhite) says

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    M. T. Dremer 20 months ago

    Very good points. I hadn't thought of it that way.

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Peter Rogers (Radical Rog) says

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Alan Robert Lancaster (alancaster149) says

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Kathleen Cochran says

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    Ruby (roob) 10 months ago

    Oh what watch out we got a famous author here lol!(: Hi Kathleen, that sounds really cool... I want to get some e books out!

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Bruce Deitrick Price (BruceDPrice) says

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    M. T. Dremer 20 months ago

    I think the ideal scenario is both. I was asking because I was curious which one people think is more important and/or useful to the self published author. I suppose it's more of a personal preference.

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