Hiii, What is royalties from book's sales revenue?
Actually, I am a research scholar. Recently I got a mail from Lambert publishers that they are interested to publish my work as a book. They are telling that we will give12 % royalties from book's sales revenue, but I don't have an idea about this. Is it safe for research scholar for further? Are its benefits for me?
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