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By RMArceJaeger on February 4, 2015
When Amazon first rolled out its author payment system for Kindle Unlimited, I was ecstatic. Kindle Unlimited lets readers borrow books for free, sort of like a digital library. As an author, any book I had signed up through Kindle Select (a special program for self-publishers) would automatically be made available for borrows through Kindle Unlimited. True, I would not be receiving any sales profit from people who read my books via KU, but that was alright because Amazon was paying me for each borrow instead—and what they were paying per book was actually more than the royalties I would have received from a sale.
At least, it was. Continue Reading →
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