KENSINGTON, N.Y. — “What the hell is this?!” read a reader in a post on the Kensington & Chelsea publishing website.
“Are these people really going to sell books at $2.99 a pop?”
“I just got my book, but it’s all over the place!” cried another.
The Kensington Publishing Group has been the subject of a wave of online complaints from readers and publishers who have been trying to get their books published at a price that is competitive with other publishers.
The company says the price is too low, and the volume of books being sold is too high.
The price of a Kindle book, for example, is about $10 and a paperback book, about $9.
Kensington Publishing says the company is looking for more information about the pricing.
In a statement, the company said: “The publisher of this book, The Kensington Group, has been in business for over 40 years and has sold more than 50 million books in over 20 languages.
In addition to that, The company has had a significant impact in the lives of hundreds of millions of people around the world.
The Kensham Group is committed to its core values of quality, affordability, and value, and we hope to continue to build on the strong relationship with our readers.”
The Kensham Publishing Group is a publishing company with offices in New York City and London.
It was founded in 1976 by two businessmen and a former newspaper reporter, David Karp, who left the newspaper business in the early 1990s to start his own publishing company, Kensington Books.
The company’s publishing portfolio includes the “Best Seller” list for fiction and nonfiction books, and a wide range of popular nonfiction titles such as “The Book Thief,” “The Secret Life of Bees,” “Lionheart,” “Habits of the Heart,” and “The Queen and the Queen.”
It’s unclear what the Kensham Publishers are trying to achieve.
They have been selling books for a number of years at prices that are a little below the average market price for books in many areas of the U.S. and the U