This week I received a message from an author asking her fans not to buy her books from a certain publisher, because that publisher wasn’t paying her royalties.
As a writer who dreams of publication, this is a scary notion, that when I do get published, there is a chance I won’t get my royalties.
This isn’t the first time I’ve heard of this problem. Last year a few authors took their publisher to court because of the same problems.
What is up with these publishers?
Should writers boycott these publishers who don’t pay royalties?
Why do you think publishers are withholding royalties?
What can a writer do when they find out they are?
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