Amazon to pay Kindle authors only for pages read – Telegraph

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Amazon to pay Kindle authors only for pages read – Telegraph

It looks like Amazon is at it again. With a tag line of Books people want to read, what do you think of Amazon’s new plan to pay self-published Kindle authors (those who use their KDP program) only for the pages their readers actually read? What’s even scarier? What else is Amazon tracking and how deep does it go when they know how much of the book a reader reads?

The program is set to begin July 1st, folks. That’s two days away.

Click here to read the article and then weigh in and let us know what you think.

Amazon’s new system will cut the royalties for self-published authors who fail to hold a reader’s attention until the final page.

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Amazon is to begin paying royalties to writers based on the number of pages read by Kindle users Photo: AFP

Source: Amazon to pay Kindle authors only for pages read – Telegraph

Janine Savage (126 Posts)

Janine has always had a love affair with books and the English language. She is a former editor in chief and project manager with over ten years combined experience and has a bachelor’s degree in marketing. When she’s not editing, promoting or reading the latest hit, she enjoys boating and hiking with her family in Northern Utah.


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