Most authors haven’t bothered to set up an author page on Amazon yet. If you haven’t claimed your page, you’re missing out on a marketing opportunity. Your current and future fans will be able to find your author page by typing your name into the search box or clicking it next to your book, and [Read More…]
There are a lot of self-published Kindle books on Amazon, and if you want to be found you’ll need to stand out. These tips will help!
Amazon does a lot for writers, from offering tips and advice to actually self-publishing, and now they’ve launched a program called Write On to help get your stories finished!
Publishing a book bundle on Kindle isn’t that hard to do and can have great rewards! This article gives you 5 tips on how to put together a book bundle:
One of the biggest decisions to make as an author is whether to sell your eBook on Amazon, your own website, or both?
Last September, Amazon changed the game of publishing kids’ books when it released KDP Kids’ Book Creator. It essentially allows the average Joe to create illustrated children’s books for Kindle and upload them directly to Amazon. Essentially Amazon is investing in illustrated ebooks, and they need content, so if you have an idea for a kids’ [Read More…]
For anyone dealing with or waiting for their W2 from Amazon, this forum has a lot of great answers, tips, and advice. It also answers questions like, “do you even have to claim Miscellaneous income if you only made like $3”, and if 1099s are provided electronically. There’s also some help with things like the [Read More…]
Self-publishing has never been easier. Gone are the days of acquiring a literary agent and editor. We now live in an age of digital self-publishing, and there’s no better medium to do it through than Amazon’s Kindle.
You finally finish editing your digital eBook and are ready to publish; the possibilities are endless. Should you publish to Barnes and Noble? iBook Store, Amazon Kindle or perhaps to all of them via Smashwords? With so many big and successful book publishing platforms online, what is your strategy? Do you have a plan? Each [Read More…]
What is a Pen Name? A pen name (also called a nom de plume, pseudonym) is adopted by a writer or public personality when he/she would prefer that his/her real name not be associated with a work. By definition, a Pen Name it is not considered one’s legal name. Rather, it is a fictitious name that [Read More…]