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Are Print Books More Trouble Than They’re Worth? : Robin Cutler & Andy Bromley

Are Print books more trouble than they’re worth? : Robin Cutler & Andy Bromley

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IngramSpark is over the moon to be involved and supporting the 2016 Indie Author Fringe events. Orna Ross chats with IngramSpark's Robin Cutler to find out how to incorporate print books into your indie author strategy without spending a fortune.

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Ingram Spark Offer

Ingram Spark Gold Sponsor of IndieReCon 2015

For a limited time IngramSpark has a unique offer for Indie Author Fringe attendees.

The title set up fees will be waived using promo code INDIEFRINGE16 through the end of May 2016. This code will save the cost of set-up on print books, e-books and/or print & e-books together. That’s a savings of $49. Keep in mind the offer ends May 31 2016 so be sure to take advantage now.

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Author: Indie Author Fringe

The Indie Fringe Author Conference takes place three times a year, in line with London Book Fair in April; Book Expo America in May and Frankfurt Book Fair in October

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