Third Party Listings

Indie authors, read this as you send your work out there and beware! It could happen to you…

Stevie Turner

Something I have not come across before is ‘Third Party Listings’, and I am writing this blog to find out if any other Indie author has had the same thing happen to them.

I noticed  on my Amazon author page today that two extra copies of my paperbacks, ‘A House Without Windows’ and ‘A Rather Unusual Romance’ have appeared, and are both up for sale at £20.15 each.  I know I did not put them up for sale at this high price, and so contacted CreateSpace to find out what was going on.  I received this reply:

I understand that you are concerned about the third party listings of your book.

Rest assured that you all receive royalties for all books that are manufactured. The specifics in the listings for items sold by third-party sellers on the Amazon platforms are solely at the discretion of the third-party seller. For instance, sellers in the Expanded…

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