How much will I make per sale?
With Findaway Voices, authors set their own list prices and are paid royalties based on that price for the majority of vendor options, meaning more dollars earned for every sale. As the author, you keep 80% of all royalties Findaway Voices receives, which vary by distribution partner, channel, and business model.
The royalties Findaway Voices receives from its partners are within the following ranges:
- A la carte: 40% to 50% of list price
- Subscription: 30% to 40% of list price
- Revenue Share: 25% to 45% of revenue receipts
We share a full list of partners, channels, and royalty rates inside your Findaway Voices account, and you'll review this list prior to publishing with us.
Cost Per Checkout Business Model
We participate in the most common business models in the industry. These models reflect different partnership types and more ways to reach listeners in unique markets. By choosing to distribute with all of our partners, you will be taking advantage ...
When will my audiobook be available for sale?
You can expect to see your title live at most retailers in 2–4 weeks from the time you submit for distribution (Audible in particular tends to take longer than most retailers and can take up to 30-45 days). To prevent any delays, please ensure that ...
What does Per Finished Hour (PFH) mean?
Per Finished Hour (PFH) is the standard way payment is calculated in the audiobook industry. Narrators are compensated for each hour of finished recording, rather than by studio hour since studio time can vary. A good estimate is that 9,000 words ...
When and how will I be paid royalty payments?
We send you any royalties we've collected on your behalf every month, within 30 days of receipt from the audiobook sellers (e.g. your January invoice and payment show up by the end of Feb). You can choose how you want to receive your payment under ...
Why are library sales reporting at a lower price than I set?
You might be seeing sales under the Library Pay Per Use model (also known as "Cost-Per-Checkout"). Under the traditional library model, a librarian purchases your book once, paying based on the full list price, and can circulate that copy as many ...