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Discussion in 'Marketing' started by Demesnedenoir, May 5, 2019.

  1. Demesnedenoir

    Demesnedenoir Auror

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    So, Trail of Pyres rings in at 714 pages in print... which puts it's minimum cost on Amazon right about what I was selling Eve of Snows for! What, oh what?! will the hardback editions cost, LOL. Stay tuned... Not far from submitting that to Ingram.
     
  2. TWErvin2

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    How do you think the binding will hold up on such a large POD paperback? I haven't ever ordered one, so don't know.
     
  3. Svrtnsse

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    The paperback version of Betrayals is almost that big (703 pages). I haven't really checked them for wear and tear, but a friend of mine dragged a copy along when travelling. I'll check with her once she gets back to see how it held up.
     
  4. Demesnedenoir

    Demesnedenoir Auror

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    Good question. The KDP books seem sturdy. The 500 pager I often flip through for reference and beat up has stayed strong, LOL.
     
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  5. Ned Marcus

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    Well at least it should make your ebook look cheap.
     
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  6. Demesnedenoir

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    The hardcover I can sell at $29.99, only $7 more than paperback... If I were shopping, I’d spend the extra on that, LOL.
     
  7. Demesnedenoir

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    At basically $30 per book, I am impressed that folks ponied up the cash for almost a book per day, not far from matching paperback sales. Oh sure, those don’t come close to digital, but always cool to see folks willing to pay for your work, LOL.
     
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  8. Ned Marcus

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    Good to hear. I have to admit I like hardbacks too.
     
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