When it comes to Amazon Sibia, the popular book publishing platform for ebooks, the quality of content is far better than any of the other competing ebook platforms.
While it’s still nowhere near as high quality as the top competitors, Amazon Siberia has become the preferred publishing platform of writers, including authors.
The Sibilians’ success has earned them a reputation for offering the highest quality writing.
The fact that Amazon Sia is also popular has made it more accessible to the general public.
But the company has faced criticism over the past year for allegedly overcharging authors, including those who have a small staff.
In a recent lawsuit, authors filed a complaint that Amazon charged them $1.4 million for their work.
In an attempt to help writers get more income from their work, Amazon announced a new program in July 2017 that would allow authors to write for the platform for free, including a discount on their book’s sale price.
The new program, which is set to launch in the second half of 2018, will allow writers to upload their work to Amazon and receive an instant $25 credit.
But not everyone is excited about this program.
In fact, some authors have expressed concerns that the program will only make their work more expensive and that it will cause their publishing to suffer.
According to an article published by the San Francisco Chronicle, a few authors, who claim they earn less than $1,000 a month, are also worried about the new program and want Amazon to make the program available to everyone.
“If you want me to be happy writing for Amazon Sibe and not for you, that’s fine, but there are other options,” the author said.
“Amazon has been a great partner, but they have to change this policy and make the new Amazon SIBU program for everyone.”
Author Daniel H. Durbin also voiced his concerns, saying he is “not a big fan of the current pricing structure and the price of Amazon Siba.”
He added, “I’m not going to pay $25 for an ebook.”
Other authors have been more optimistic.
In 2017, author Scott T. Smith wrote an open letter to Amazon, explaining that the new Sibibian pricing plan “sends the wrong message” to authors and that he “would be happier if they offered me the opportunity to work with the platform on a paid basis.”
He went on to say that he would be willing to work for the company if Amazon made the new platform available to all authors.
However, Amazon is still struggling to deal with the fallout from the lawsuit, which was filed last month.
In the lawsuit against the company, authors claimed that the company was not following the rules and that they were not allowed to participate in the program.
Amazon is reportedly not releasing the full scope of the lawsuit because of its complexity, but the company is currently conducting a search to find potential lawyers to assist in the case.
However for the most part, the lawsuit is still not over, with more plaintiffs coming forward.
A representative for Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Amazon Sira is currently available on Amazon’s Kindle store.