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The cheapest way to generate a barcode image for an ISBN that you have been allocated is entirely for free using a trusted online barcode generator. (Disclaimer: I wrote this tool which has generated millions of barcodes over more than ten years.) Care must be taken when applying a barcode to your design as failure to produce a barcode that can be scanned ...


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It is fine to write the first draft of a book in one genre, and later revise the book to fit in another genre. Many successful books have been written this way. For example, "The Amazon's Right Breast" is an essay by Tom Kratman about how he drafted a non-fiction book about women serving in the military. It was the first book he wrote. "In the end, ...


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I have seen many times a sticker ISBN added over the original one for different countries a bit like the replica stick-on some chain bookstores use. I have also often seen it in US prints sold in the UK and Europe with the local denomination. I gather that's what you meant, two different currencies needing two ISBNs. In your case the U.S. publisher will ...


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A google search for 'fiction genre sales' includes these results on the first page: http://www.therichest.com/rich-list/which-5-book-genres-make-the-most-money/?view=all http://www.thegeekgirlproject.com/2012/06/06/the-basic-facts/ http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/19321b10-2a20-11de-9d01-00144feabdc0.html which answer your question for the USA, and go some way ...


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Publish it into one of the open access journals for research papers. Do some search, there are some alternatives. try to get into a peer-reviewed scholarly journal if possible. This could be important in your future if you want to go to graduate school and could greatly help your chances to get in.


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In my experience, as a general rule-of-thumb, if you look at the number of reviews a book has on Amazon and multiply by 100, you'll be in the ballpark of their sales on Amazon. Some books might be double or quadruple this, and others might be half or less, but it gives you a general idea of whether you're talking about a book that sold 1,000 copies, 10,000 ...


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Yes, small-press publishers use print-on-demand. It's hard to do a print run of less than 500 books more economically than print-on-demand, and many new books sell less than that. In fact, by the time you factor in printing, shipping from printer to distributor, cost of warehousing, and shipping to retailer, it's sometimes really hard to do better than ...


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Yes, some of them use POD for their back-catalogue. Bloomsbury Publishing has launched a digital global publisher, called Bloomsbury Reader, that will sell a back-catalogue of titles in e-book and print-on-demand format. Bloomsbury Reader will sell books that have either never been printed before or haven't been available in print for many years. ...


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I would go to smashwords. It is a complete platform where you can publish ebooks. It is even possible to ask money for buying your ebooks, if i am not mistaking.


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You might consider Medium.com. Or Wattpad.com. HTH.



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