Barnes & Noble Announces Barnes & Noble Press™, an Enhanced Self-Publishing Suite to Reach Millions of Barnes & Noble Readers

Barnes & Noble, Inc. (NYSE: BKS), the world’s largest retail bookseller, today announced the launch of Barnes & Noble Press, an enhanced and more user-friendly version of Barnes & Noble’s self-publishing platform that makes it easy to publish eBooks or print books in one integrated platform. The redesigned site replaces the formerly-named NOOK Press.

The new Barnes & Noble Press enhances the self-publishing experience in many ways, including increased royalty rates for eBooks priced at $10.00 and above, as well as additional trim size options for print books. Barnes and Noble Press also continues to give qualified authors the opportunity to apply for signings and events at Barnes & Noble bookstores, as well as giving select authors the opportunity to sell their books in stores.

“Barnes & Noble has helped authors of all kinds publish hundreds of thousands of titles on its self-publishing platform, giving them a chance to reach a national readership,” said Fred Argir, Chief Digital Officer at Barnes & Noble. “Now, we’re thrilled to announce Barnes & Noble Press, which combines eBooks and print into one easy-to-use platform, as well as offering new features and tools for both the established author and the hobbyist.”

Barnes & Noble Press has a number of exciting new features, including:
•Improved user experience and new visual design
•Sign in to a single website to create and manage print and eBooks all in one place
•Increased royalty rate of 65{a47a781f95dee0a868686f216fa969c9c62163366f4dd99dd0b10fa87171f44a} for eBooks priced $10.00+
•Additional print book trim sizes, glossy cover and color printing options
•12 month pre-order capability for all authors for all eBooks
•Author tools & tips

Barnes & Noble Press has received favorable early reviews from some of the platform’s bestselling self-published authors.

“I appreciate the simplicity of the Barnes & Noble Press formatting and uploading process,” said Marie Force, a New York Times bestselling author using Barnes & Noble Press. “The platform is great. It’s very clear, it’s easy to use, and I love publishing straight to NOOK readers so they can get my new book the minute it comes out.”

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