Amazon’s return policy and how they treat ebooks is completely detrimental and unfair when you consider how Amazon treats other “media items.” To quote Amazon’s return policy: “Media items (for example, movies, music, video games, and software) must be unopened and still in their plastic wrap.” Why aren’t ebooks treated the same? As a publisher and author of ebooks, we know how Amazon returns can wipeout significant earnings. I’m sharing a message that I received in my email. *** Permission to forward *** There’s a petition on Change.org to get Amazon to change their policy regarding ebook returns/refunds. Right … Continue reading Petition to Demand Change in Amazon’s Treatment of eBook Returns
This isn’t about money but about taking pride in your work. “Crap” doesn’t always mean “cheap.” How many times have you bought something that was a generic or store brand only to find it is just as good if not better than the more expensive name brand? On the flip side, how many of us have paid top-dollar for some expensive bling only for it to fail when put to the test? Continue reading What’s in a name? Your reputation.