BookLogix pays authors 100% of royalties.
BookLogix will make the print editions available for purchase online via Amazon, the author’s website, and the BookLogix BookStore (when applicable).
eBook editions will be made available for purchase online through retailers such as Amazon, Apple and Barnes & Noble.
BookLogix will consult with author to determine the selling and list price for the print and eBook editions, assisting the author in determining the price of the book.
Royalty payments for online selling are paid to author on a quarterly basis. Author will receive a sales report detailing print and eBook copies sold during the quarter and royalties earned for those sales.
Bookstore & Retail Sales
BookLogix can submit books to distributors and pitch the book to bookstores such as Barnes & Noble and independent bookstores.
BookLogix can receive and fulfill orders from bookstores and retailers for copies of your book. Retailers and bookstores can contact BookLogix directly for order fulfillment. Bookstore or author is responsible for cost of
shipping; BookLogix will not cover the cost of shipping books to retailers/bookstores.
At the discretion of BookLogix and the author, BookLogix will list the book with a wholesaler so that it can be ordered by bookstores that will not obtain books directly from the author or publisher. Author may be required to print books for warehousing prior to title being listed with a wholesaler. Inventory fees may apply.
Print-On-Demand Selling, also known as POD, is a process in which copies of your book are printed as orders come in, and the books are packaged and shipped to the buyer immediately after printing. The author does not have to print a supply of books that then need to be stored somewhere. This option is more effective for softcover books.
POD is a great cost-saving solution, and also a green solution, as we will only print enough books needed to fill incoming orders, so there’s no risk of over-printing.
Ship-On-Demand Selling, also known as SOD, is a process in which a supply of your books is printed and then stored (inventoried), and copies are used to fulfill orders once orders come in. This is an ideal option if the author is publishing hardcover books. Inventory/storage fees apply.
BookLogix pays authors the highest royalties. BookLogix will calculate the royalty for your print book and eBook based on the selling price, which you help to determine. Royalties are agreed upon before a book/eBook is listed for sale. Royalties are paid for each copy sold. Sales are tracked and reports issued on a quarterly basis. Authors must earn $25 or more in a quarter to receive a check with their quarterly report. Earnings under $25 in a quarter are rolled over into the next quarter.