Where an editor reads and assess your text, so they can then advise you on how to proceed in the editing process.
The retail platform where users of Sony Reader devices can browse and download e-books.
Right-hand page of the book which usually has an odd number.
Printing more copies of a book, which are identical to the original but have details of the date of the reprinting. They can also have a new title page and cover design.
A platform or website which facilitates the buying and selling of products over the internet (also known as e-retailer). Book and e-book e-retailers include Amazon, the iBookstore and Barnes and Noble.
A rewrite of the author's material.
A person who negotiates and co-ordinates rights sales (eg. Subsidiary or translation) and often travels to book fairs to negotiate these.
Money paid to a writer for the right to use his or her property (the work), usually a percentage of sales or an agreed amount per sale.
How the royalty proceeds are divided between multiple authors or author and illustrator.
A statement document from a publisher showing the royalty amount due to an author.