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Updated Jan 6 following several emails from Guy and Shawn as well as over 30 comments on Google+ The Good Bad and Ugly in Kawasaki & Welch’s New Book APE Guy Kawasaki and Shawn Welch published their new book APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur-How to Publish a Book to Amazon Kindle less than a month ago. [Read More…]
To publish on Kindle with Amazon you must first have an Amazon account. Every Amazon account has a profile and public name related to it that is used for posting reviews, list mania list, likes, comments and discussions. Using an Amazon Account Pen Name The first time you try to use any of these features [Read More…]
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…]
The Self Publishing Problem – Can You Really Write? Anyone can publish their book to Amazon Kindle, but many authors never sell more than 100 copies. These days anyone can publish a book, but writing a good one is a different story. With the digital publishing revolution underway, more and more people are realizing their [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…]
Do You Have an Amazon Author Central Account? One if the biggest advantages to becoming an Amazon Kindle published Author, is your eligibility to create an Amazon Author Central Account. This means that you are allowed to have your own page, complete with a URL that you specify, on a powerful Amazon website just for [Read More…]