Scammers and predatory publishers cost unsuspecting authors millions of dollars a year. You pay good money up front and a lot of it. In return, you receive nothing but heartache and more invoices. If you let them, these vultures will take you for every dime you have and then some. And then, to top it off, they put out a really crummy product. There has got to be a better way. Continue reading “Predatory Publisher Seminar by ScamCo.”
So you’ve tried to get your publisher to give your book the editing, formatting, and marketing attention it deserves, but you’ve had no luck. Your logical next step may be to try to get your book back.
The technical term is reversion of rights. You’re asking the publisher to give you back any rights you granted it to publish your book. This sometimes becomes necessary even in contracts with a traditional publisher. If the book is not selling well, or some other disagreement has come up, an author may decide to buy back the book and shop it around somewhere else. Although increasingly these days, traditionally-published authors are buying back the rights to their books on their publishers’ backlists and going indie with them.
Trad publishers can be reluctant to agree to a rights reversion, but vanity publishers really don’t like them. Continue reading “FOULED! Part 3: Getting Your Book Back”
Yes, that’s right, these super hot free and 99 cent eBook deals on for real. We’re not kidding, already. Come on over to Thrifty Thursday and check ’em out!
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