I just learned a lesson at Createspace about print-on-demand publishing. When you upload a book onto Createspace, they make you an offer to join this thing called Pro Plan. For forty dollars you can get a higher royalty and pay less for books that you personally buy. I did this on my first two books, so I've spent eighty dollars up to this point. I'm still in the hole even though a few books have sold. Since I didn't have the money to do it again with Werewolves Rule, I looked to see what would happen if I didn't.
If I don't pay them forty dollars and join the plan for this book, I only get sixty-nine cents per book. That is with a charge for the customer of 12.99. So Createspace does very well on this deal. Me, on the other hand, not so good. They will also charge me seven dollars per copy for the ones that I buy, and they charge such a high shipping rate that I'll be paying about ten dollars a book. And this is why Werewolves Rule will not be in print for a while.