Bowker Self-Publishing Report Analysis-5 Surprising Findings for 2019

ABOUT THIS ARTICLE
  • 12 years of growth gives Amazon an unassailable position
  • Small publishers holding steady
  • The inaccuracy of Bowker numbers—self-publishing has actually slowed
Self-Publishing in the United States Bowker ISBN Report 2019

4 thoughts on “Bowker Self-Publishing Report Analysis-5 Surprising Findings for 2019”

  1. Thanks for stopping by, Nate. Your point about KDP making it easier to create a print equivalent is a good one. I’m sure that is responsible for some increase in assignments. Considering they revised 2017 numbers, I’m not interested in seeing the 2020 report that will have a full year of KDP Print in it.

  2. I am sure that the fact that Amazon discontinued self-publishing services for several major languages like Russian for example, has something to do with the overall ISBN decrease. I personally know a lot of authors who cannot publish in their languages any longer.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *