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Amazon will now publish reader-nominated authors from around the globe

10/09/2015

Amazon has announced that it’s expanding Kindle Scout — its program to publish books from aspiring authors voted on by readers (...)
Amazon has announced that it’s expanding Kindle Scout — its program to publish books from aspiring authors voted on by readers — outside the US. The company will now begin accepting novel-length English manuscripts from writers around the world, for publication under its Kindle Press banner. It’s also opened up voting to international users. Find books by undiscovered authors and nominate them to be published Publishing contracts include five-year renewable terms, a $1,500 advance, 50 percent of royalties from eBook sales, rights reversions and a marketing push on Amazon. Launched last October, the program opens up voting on books for 30… This story continues at The Next Web Amazon has announced that it’s expanding Kindle Scout — its program to publish books from aspiring authors voted on by readers — outside the US. The company will now begin accepting novel-length English manuscripts from writers around the world, for publication under its Kindle Press banner. It’s also opened up voting to international users. Find books by undiscovered authors and nominate them to be published Publishing contracts include five-year renewable terms, a $1,500 advance, 50 percent of royalties from eBook sales, rights reversions and a marketing push on Amazon. Launched last October, the program opens up voting on books for 30… This story continues at The Next Web
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