Do poetry collections sell better in print or as ebooks?
I have a collection of poems that I would like to publish, and I'm wondering if I should take the print or electronic route.
I can't give you a specific answer, but it seems to be a trend that books of any kind seem to sell better in electronic formats. To cover the preferences of everyone and if you have the time, you can self-publish a print book at one of the services such as CreateSpace and also have a print version available for people who'd rather have an actual book.
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