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We all know that Amazon specializes in making things super easy for its users. With just a press of a button, we can get our favorite products on our doorsteps later that day. Publishing your book on Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing isn’t quite that simple, but it’s close. You can upload a book in a matter of minutes, and it will be available for sale within a day or so. This simplicity is especially impressive compared to the hoops authors used to have to jump through with traditional publishers. But there’s a flip side to the simplicity and ease of uploading your

One of the most important elements in the promotion of your book is book reviews. You can do all the self promotion in the world but it is hard to reach wide numbers of people without reviews. Reviews give your book the social proof required to show readers that it is worthy of their time and money. Amazon and GoodReads reviews are wonderful but book bloggers can give you more exposure. Here are some things to consider when trying to get a blogger to review your book. Research, Research, Research Study your potential reviewers before you reach out to them. Make sure

Once upon a time, the only way to get your book into a bookstore was to follow a traditional path. Submit a manuscript to a major publisher, wait ages for acceptance, and then leave it up to them to distribute and market your title. But the thing is, the world of publishing has changed. The rise of self-publishing and digital sales channels like Amazon have allowed a wider number of authors to not only publish their work but to make money from their work. Ebook sales are wonderful but there is something to be said for walking into a bricks

For the most part, writing is a solitary pursuit. The image of the author hunched over a typewriter, sitting by a lonely window exists for a reason. It exists because it is largely true. Sure, the details may be different, it’s probably not a typewriter and maybe there isn’t even a window but the obvious isolation of the image tends to ring true. This sense of isolation can feel even more profound for self-published authors. When you are doing everything on your own, from writing your first draft to formatting your ebook, to promoting your work, it can be extremely difficult. Without

Getting your eBook published on Amazon is an amazing opportunity for any writer. It puts your eBook in front of millions of potential readers and gives you the opportunity to define your niche and thrive within it. Admittedly, writing your eBook should be the most difficult part of this process. But unfortunately, this not always the case. Even if you have had eBooks accepted by Amazon in the past, your current title may rejected. And it may be rejected over something small. Amazon uses an algorithm to check for various things. Some of these things are related to content. For example, this

Technology has become an inescapable reality in our lives. From cell phones, to eReaders, to tablets, we rarely go anywhere without our devices. This has allowed us to stay in touch and stay connected but it has also allowed us to travel more easily with our favorite books. In recent years, there have been a number of media reports that suggest eBook purchases and readership has declined in favor of a return to physical books but, simply put, these media reports are wrong. Offering gross misrepresentations, and only covering a part of the publishing market, these stories fail to examine the

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