Has anyone found a good way to translate Amazon royalty reports into income-per-book without going completely blind with paperwork? Part of the problem is all the different currencies, obviously... so I have to wait to see how the foreign currency is converted to Cdn currency, but that doesn't work too well because I keep my sales records in US currency, since that's how everyone but Amazon pays me, so I have to take the total sales for, say, Amazon.uk, wait until I receive it and it's converted to Cdn, then imaginarily convert that amount to US, then figure out the ration of UK sales attributed to each book and apply that ratio to the US amount, and record that as my sales for that book (so I can compare what's making money). I could cut out one of the steps by getting a US bank account, I think, assuming Amazon will agree to send the money there. They wouldn't send it to my US$ account based in Canada, for some reason. Anyway - is there an easier way to do all this? The more I play with self-publishing, the more I think I should be keeping better track of how much I'm actually making from different revenue sources so I can plan future efforts, but... it's not easy!