CreateSpace closing down its eStore October 31, 2017
By Veronica Yager
Did you self-publish with CreateSpace? Have you linked your book to your CreateSpace eStore URL to receive a higher royalty?
If you have been marketing your eStore link for your books, you’ll need to reconsider that beginning this November. As of October 31, 2017, CreateSpace has announced that it will close it’s eStore down. This means that any links you have out there for your CreateSpace eStore will now be redirected to your main Amazon link. Details on how much you will earn can be found on CreateSpace’s help page on this topic here.
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Veronica Yager, of YellowStudios Book & Web Design, is a three-time award-winning designer. She has been working with self-publishing authors since 2008. Her mission is to help make publishing a book as painless and easy as possible for authors. Veronica specializes in book interior design, eBook conversions, and author websites—which most self-publishing authors neglect and forget about! She offers a free consultation jam packed with advice, and will give you a solid direction to help ease the frustration many new authors face. In 2016, Veronica received a CIPA EVVY Merit Award for her book design of a children’s book, and took home a 1st place CIPA EVVY Gold Award for her eBook design and conversion of a wildflower photo book. Veronica was again recognized in 2017 for her excellence in eBook design and conversions for a cookbook by taking home another 1st Place CIPA EVVY Gold Award!
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