Some bookstores in the UK will pay a fee to sell used books | newspaper

Bookbarn International

Bookbarn International

They have created a fund and are looking for more companies to join the initiative.

Book authors collect royalties when they are sold in traditional bookstores or when loaned in bookstores, but so far they have not received money when selling a copy for the second (third and fourth) time in a second-hand bookstore.

This is changing in the UK, thanks to the initiative of William Pryor, owner of Bookbarn International, in Somerset. In 2015, he had the idea of ​​paying royalties on selling used books, but knew he needed other similar businesses to embrace the proposal.

This is how the Book World collection, which defines itself as…

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