Amazon Kdp Agreement

“Further,” according to ACX`s guidelines, “if you enter into an ACX audiobook production agreement with a producer [the company allows authors to connect with producers who assemble the actual audio file of the book], you will not produce or authorize an audio recording of the book in the language for distribution in the region, except by ACX until the date, the 7 years from the date of the finished audiobook are delivered to Audible under the conditions set out in the ACX Audiobook Production Agreement, except within four months of the date on which the audiobook is to be finalized, in accordance with the ACX Audiobook Production Agreement, for reasons other than failure to comply with your obligations under the Agreement.¬†Interestingly, you did not mention what I remember a few years ago: the most-favoured-nation clause. I was wondering when Amazon and others would start removing this clause from the KDP agreement. It seems that they have replaced it with a term that gives itself all the margin of appreciation on pricing. It`s broader, but I think it`s an inevitable result of Apple DOJ`s complaint. You know what would be nice if publishers give other sites the chance to compete, but unfortunately they refuse to do so, Amazon makes a lot of money from publishers and non-publishers, If the authors` guild, or whatever its name, even had to pay for a website with all the books available from all publishers and would give anyone the opportunity to download and sell books there, Amazon would not have the monopoly they have, Amazon not paying them enough, it is a fact that if an author used only Amazon, they would receive 70% of each sale, while they would only get a very small part of each sale from publishers. I`m only leaving this for a short but fun read: www.amazon.com/Gone-Rhyme-Yana-Veyber-ebook/dp/B06XZ7BZJJ/ Excellent summary, Jackie Weger. I agree 100%. Amazon can terminate the agreement at any time and block access to your account at any time, but they will notify you that they will. You can also block your account at any time for any reason (at your discretion) and you do not need to communicate it to yourself. If you already have an Amazon account, you can log in to KDP with your existing login data: kdp.amazon.com/ However, if you use KDP to create a kindle or handheld version, retain the publishing rights. For eBooks, Amazon says authors “can keep control of your rights and set their own list prices…