In one of my other writing groups, a person asked what we thought about a publisher offering a contract for her digital rights only. That would mean she wouldn't have the printed version at all.
There were several opinions tossed around, most not happy with a publisher that would limit an author like that, especially with the "Right of First Refusal" clause limiting the entire series to this same format and publisher.
So, I'm curious. What have you heard about publishers doing this sort of thing? Would you sign a contract for ebook only? What would be your conditions if you did?
Christine (C.K.) Bryant is the author of BOUND, the first book in The Crystor Series. Her second book, BROKEN, will be released next month.
You can read more about her and her books on her blog HERE.