How to Get Your Book Distributed: What Self-Published Authors Need to Know…

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by Jane Friedman 

Jane Friedman

Distribution used to be the biggest challenge that self-published authors faced in selling their work—at least before online retail came to dominate bookselling.

Today, the most important thing any author needs to know about distribution is that more than half of all book sales (regardless of format) take place online. Self-published authors have the same access to online retail distribution as the major publishers. This access is also largely without upfront costs, making it straightforward for any author to begin selling their book at Amazon, the No. 1 retailer of books in both print and digital format.

You do not have to hire an expensive self-publishing service to get your book distributed through Amazon and other online retailers; you can secure distribution on your own at little or no cost for both your ebook edition or print book edition. Here’s how:

Get your book distributed 

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One thought on “How to Get Your Book Distributed: What Self-Published Authors Need to Know…

  1. The more I read about book marketing, self-publishing, promotions, costs, newsletters, and everything else associated with selling a book, the more it puts me off bothering, to be honest. Then again, I am quite old, so lack the spark necessary to do all that work.
    Jane’s series is undoubtedly very useful though.
    Regards, Pete.

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