Book Sales Uneven

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  The pull force on Barnes and Noble could be its membership discounts.    Because of my assistance in preparation of the manuscript, I am contracted to receive 50 percent of royalties.    The publisher - the American Management Association - will issue the report on the sales and royalties mid-August and then in February.  I have clients and colleagues whose books sold well on Barnes and Noble and crashed on Amazon.com. 

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No sweet spot on Barnes and Noble either

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  That's what I warn prospects who have their heart and hopes set on publishing a traditional print book through a traditional print publishing house.    Usually books do better on B&N than on Amazon because of the membership discounts.  Perhaps the book industry should be required to warn authors about the new realities of publishing print, at least for sale.  Let's face it: It's the post-print era.