Great Amazon News for Canadian Indies!

The recent announcement that Amazon’s KDP has begun manufacturing in Canada has Canadian Indie authors excited!

Click on the link for details!

What does this mean?

KDP books will now be printed right here in the True North. That means faster ordering time, less printing and shipping time, and FREE DELIVERY FOR PRIME CUSTOMERS IN CANADA.

This marks a huge step forward for Canadian writers. Now, Amazon Canada will work just as fast to get customer’s copies of their ordered books to their doors as the U.S. Amazon service does.

What other benefits does this bring?

Besides levelling the playing field for Canuck Indie authors’ customers, there are two other important changes that affect Canadian Indies’ businesses:

1: Canadian Royalty reports on our KDP reports will now be generated through Amazon.ca. No more converting .ca sales royalties from inherent .com royalties first!

2: CAD (Canadian Dollar) list prices! Print copies will be automatically listed in CAD on the Canadian ‘Zon. No more discouraging price differences between USD and CAD that can cause customers to not click that precious ‘Buy Now’ button!

What’s the downside?

Author Copy shipments and Proof Copies will still be printed and shipped from the U.S; “as of today” (October 16, 2019). That phrasing could be important, because it may be a hint that those important copy printing locations may someday change. Which would greatly reduce Author Copy shipping costs. Reducing the cost of tailgate sales production would be a game changer for independent writers in Canada.

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3 responses to “Great Amazon News for Canadian Indies!

  1. When we can order author copies printed in Canada, they’ll get more of my attention. Right now, I use Lulu as a printer (printer only; I buy no services from them) and while they are a wee bit more expensive per copy, I get bulk discounts, coupons (usually 10% or 15% off), no duty (because books are printed in Canada) and fast service (8 to 14 days). Quality is the same as Amazon, and I can order hard cover copies and dust jacket copies.

  2. Pingback: Canadian Indies Rejoice! CAD List pricing detail I missed! | A Desk In A Most Convergent Corner: The Writing Blog of B.C. Laybolt

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