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The author will pay $13.99 for a copy of his 200-page paperback which means that the publisher pockets $10.09. That’s sick. Plus, they place such a high retail price on your book, that few readers will be willing to purchase it unless you bribe them. And if, in your angst, you try to switch publishers, they won’t allow you to take your book’s digital files with you. Random House owns a minority stake in Xlibris, but don’t imagine this ensures quality for the buck. It does not.

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