Amazon's 70 Percent Royalty Option for Kindle Now Available in the U.K.
• The list price must be at least 20 percent below the lowest list price for the physical book.
• The title is made available for sale in all geographies for which the author or publisher has rights.
• The title will be included in a broad set of features in the Kindle Store, such as text-to-speech. This list of features will grow over time as Amazon continues to add more functionality to Kindle and the Amazon.co.uk Kindle Store.
The 70 percent royalty option is for in-copyright works only.
DTP is a fast and easy self-publishing tool that lets anyone upload and format their books for sale in the Amazon.co.uk Kindle Store (www.amazon.co.uk/kindlestore). To learn more about the Kindle Digital Text Platform in the UK, visit http://dtp.amazon.co.uk or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The all-new Kindle has an electronic-ink screen with 50 percent better contrast, a new sleek design with a 21 percent smaller body while still keeping the same 6-inch-size reading area, 17 percent lighter weight at just 241 grams, 20 percent faster page turns, up to one month of battery life with wireless off, double the storage to 3,500 books, no glare even in bright sunlight and built-in Wi-Fi-all for only £109. The all-new Kindle 3G with all of these new features plus the convenience of free 3G wireless is only £149.
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