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Payment to Sellers - How long will Blurb hold onto your profits?

 I have sold a few books, but not recently. The last book i sold was a few months ago. I have not yet reached the minimal amount of $25 until Blurb sends me a cheque. So, my profits are sitting there waiting until I reached the $25 mark. My only book is on hold for editing and I won’t be selling any copies in the near future. My question is, how long does Blurb hold onto your profits, is it forever, a year, 6 months?

If you are wondering why I have not reached the $25 mark, it is hard for me to make a sizeable profit on my book, which is a "pocket novel". By the time I cover the base price and shipping cost, without adding my profit to the total we are looking at $18. Who wants to pay more than that for a softcover pocket novel – not even family and friends are willing to pay $20 for a soft cover pocket novel. So, taking into blurb cost and shipping, I have had to sell my book at profits of $2 at a time.

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CoburnBooks
Oct 31, 2012 9:36am PDT
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Hi there,

Please contact us at blurb.com/help for assistance with this.

Best regards,
Michael/Blurb Customer Support

Posted by
mikewhy
Nov 5, 2012 8:52am PDT
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