If you remove your book from sale and then republish it through Pronoun, here’s what will happen on each retailer:
Amazon reviews generally carry over to the new listing automatically. If they haven’t transferred after a week, you can fill out this form (you’ll need your book’s former and current ASINs).
Your book’s Amazon rank will be reset, and its URL and ASIN will change.
If you publish a print book, fill out the “Print ISBN” field on Pronoun, and Amazon should automatically link it to your ebook after a few days. If the print and digital formats haven’t linked up after a week, you can follow these instructions on Amazon.
If you fill out the series name/number fields on Pronoun, Amazon should create a new series page for your republished series after a few days. If not, you can fill out this form. (Note: Amazon will only make a series page if every book in the series is distributed through the same platform -- they won’t make the page if some books in the series are through Pronoun and others are through KDP.)
Barnes & Noble reviews will automatically transfer to the new Pronoun-published listing. Your book’s sales rank will be reset, and its URL will change.
Kobo reviews do not carry over. Your book’s sales rank will be reset and its URL will change. (Kobo is currently working on supporting the transfer of reviews and hopes to support it in the future.)
iBooks reviews do not carry over. Your book’s sales rank will be reset and its URL will change.
Google Play reviews do not carry over, and your book’s URL will change.