Pronoun Is Dead: The Ebook Retail Universe Redux…

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By David Kudler  on The Book Designer Site:

On November 6, Macmillan’s Pronoun, the distributor that I had begun to rely on more and more over the past year, announced that it was shutting down its operations. No new books can be uploaded; Pronoun will remove all existing books from distribution on January 15, 2018.

Here’s a helpful set of FAQs that Pronoun has provided about what the shutdown means. Here’s another that details what happens when you remove a title from Pronoun and republish it elsewhere.

There are two small bright points:

You can continue to edit existing titles on Pronoun until they shut down (which is helpful, because I was planning on holding holiday sales on a few).

Draft2Digital announced, the following day, that it will henceforth distribute to Amazon.
This last is great news for D2D users, making it (along with IngramSpark) the only one-stop shop to…

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