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Should Indie Authors Go KDP Exclusive Or Go Wide?: Susan Kaye Quinn & Pippa DaCosta

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Frankfurt Book FairThis post is part of Frankfurt Book Fair Indie Author Fringe, an online author conference that showcases the best self-publishing advice and education for authors across the world — harnessing the global reach of the Alliance of Independent Authors’s network. Our self-publishing conference features well-known indie authors and advisors, for 24 sessions over 24-hours, in a one-day extravaganza of self-publishing expertise straight to your email inbox.

Enjoy this session, and let us know if you have any questions or input on this self-publishing topic, by visiting our Hot Seat and joining in the conversation.

 


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Susan is exclusively KDP, Pippa makes her books available in as many outlets as possible. Using questions from authors to frame their discussion, they explain which model works best for which kind of books and the pros and cons of each approach.

 

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