How does it work?
THROUGH FULL MARKET COVERAGE, WE REACH ALL YOUR POTENTIAL LISTENERS.
We offer you:
/ No up-front costs, you’ll get royalty.
/ Facilitated audiobook process.
/ High quality audiobook production.
/ Distribution: Full market coverage.
/ Specialized marketing for your book.
Saga storify or traditional publishing?
What is Saga Storify? A publisher? A production service?
We have created an overview showing the difference between Storify's services and a traditional publisher.
Different solutions appeal to different people. Have a look.
✓ Standardised publishing criteria like reviews/sales
✓ Accepts a broader spectre of books
✓ Less editorial work – more like a producer
✓ Shorter production process
✓ Author gets royalties when production is recouped
✓ Earn a 25% royalty
✓ Aimed towards independent authors
✓ Traditional and more elaborate publishing criteria
✓ Selects fewer "big” titles for publication
✓ Extensive editorial work
✓ Longer production process
✓ Author gets royalties regardless of sales numbers
✓ Varying royalty deals
✓ Aimed towards dependent authors
Saga storify or working alone?
As an independent author an option is is to work by yourself, and facilitate your own audiobook production.
You can also choose to leave the work to Saga Storify.
Both solutions have their advantages. We have made an overview of the most relevant differences.
✓ Favourable studio prices negotiated by Saga
✓ Facilitated production process
✓ No up-front production cost
✓ Professional marketing for free
✓ Distribution through Saga’s full-market network
✓ Temporary contracts for you rights with Saga Storify
✓ Earn a 25% royalty
✓ No risk of losing money if the book is not a commercial success
Facilitating own production
✓ Standard market studio prices
✓ Navigate you own production process
✓ Up-front production cost
✓ Do-it-yourself marketing or paid promotion
✓ Contact retailers manually or paid distribution
✓ You have full ownership of the book’s rights
✓ Earn 30%-70% depending on distributor
✓ Risk of losing the money you spent on production if the book is not a commercial success