Here is a flowchart that illustrates
how the royalties are broken down for each online retailer.
Details also below.
We pay 75% of all royalties received. Monthly updated
sales reported on your private online Sales Dashboard.
Royalties paid when you want, directly into your Australian
bank account. More details about our service available here
iBookstore: Pays 70% of the eBook sale price. iBookstore
Barnes & Noble: Pays 40% or 65% of the eBook sale price,
depending on list price, and keeps the rest.
Kobo: Pays 45% or 70% of the eBook sale price, depending on
list price, and keeps the rest.
Gardners: Pays 60% of the eBook sale price. Gardners keep
Baker & Taylor: Pays 50% of the eBook sale price. Baker
& Taylor keep 50%
Copia: Pays 70% of the eBook sale price. Copia keep 30%
Amazon Kindle: Amazon Kindle operates differently from the
other retailers. Pays 70% of the eBook sale price when sold
in Andorra, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Canada,
Egypt, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Ireland, Isle
of Man, Italy, Jersey, Jordan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia,
Kuwait, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, The
Netherlands, New Zealand, Oman, Qatar, San Marino,
Switzerland, Spain, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom,
United States, Vatican City (minus Amazon delivery fee
depending on the size of the book.) This is applicable to
eBooks priced between $2.99 and $9.99. Amazon Kindle keep
30%. In all other countries, pays 35% and Amazon Kindle
keeps 65%. If your price is outside the pricing parameters
listed above then you receive 35% regardless of country of
percentages correct as at December 2018.