Print Piracy and Free Trade

My general take on print book priracy (or ebook priacy for that matter) – it’s not worth my energy and time to do anything about it. There are so many other positive things I need to do with my time related to my books (and my personal time for that matter), but David has given us some very good information about how the process all works, and good information and knowing the process that you’re a part of (whether you like it or not) is always a good thing.

I have also had an issue with my ebook and print books not being connected, but I was also able to fix that by contacting the kdp support people, and it only happened once. But if you want to know how to fix it yourself, David tells you how.

Source: The Book Designer – Practical advice to help build better books

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6 thoughts on “Print Piracy and Free Trade

  1. The majority of ‘pirate pages’ I find for my books don’t actually have the book, they’re clickbait or malware. The most frequent one shows a greyed out page of text and a box to sign up for a website to ‘get access’. Fool’s gold.

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