Re: Author frustration.

From: Patrick Jan Van Hove ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 01/16/05-04:33:50 AM Z
Message-id: <BE10019E.1DBD7%janvanhove@janvanhove.com>

The self-publishing option is probably going to grow, and you cen even get
your book listed on Amazon if you get a limited run done.
Personally, the way I'm doing it with the Mamut Photo website is just try
getting as many people as possible interested in ULF photography and
alternative processes. Of course, It is not my main activity, so I don't
mind not getting paid for all the work I put into it, but that's just my
personnal vision, I understand fully someone who does want a return on a
written paper.

Cheers

PJ
Mamut Photo

>
> Another option is to use an on-demand printing service. You send them
> a PDF file of the book, and advertise the storefront link. People go
> and order a copy with credit card number. They print a copy and
> ship. You get several per cents of that money. While it's not a lot of
> money, you don't have to feel like giving it away for free, and you
> don't have to pay for thousands of copies upfront.
>
> --
> Ryuji Suzuki
> "People seldom do what they believe in. They do what is convenient,
> then repent." (Bob Dylan, Brownsville Girl, 1986)
>
Received on Sun Jan 16 04:33:53 2005

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