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Congratulations, you’ve published your eBook on Amazon! But do you know how to print a Kindle ebook? You don’t have to stop at digital copies. Whether it’s for marketing purposes, reaching new readers, increasing sales, or you simply prefer the smell of a fresh book, you have the option of turning your manuscript into a paperback book to sell alongside the eBook version on Amazon.   How to Print a Kindle eBook - The Process   Creating the paperback version of your eBook through Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) is extremely easy if you have already gone through the steps required to create your eBook.

In recent years, the ‘guest blog’, even for romance book bloggers, has become a powerful and often free tool to promote books. Contacting niche Romance bloggers is something you can do to promote your book, in addition to your other marketing ideas. What are romance book bloggers niche site? Niche bloggers are sites that cater to specific aspects of your audience, and some of them might not just focus on your exact genre. For example, if you have written a Romance novel based in a certain city, you may also find non-Romance bloggers in that city who would like to write about

In our previous blog post about publishing your ebook on Amazon, we covered how to format your book so that it can be published through Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) service. Here, we’ll give you a summary of all the steps needed on how to publish your eBook on Amazon, from account setup to pricing. Step 1: Prepare your manuscript and cover As described in our previous blog post, you will need to format your eBook accordingly so that it can be read on a Kindle. While you can use Amazon’s Kindle Create and Cover Creator programs to assist you, Word-2-Kindle offers

Whether your interest in this article was sparked by finding out what a beta reader actually is, or you already have some idea and you’re looking for some guidance on how to go about becoming one, then a succinct definition of the role and a more general introduction to a beta reader’s work and development are both needed. What is a beta reader? Beta readers are the people who writers go to when they need the first reactions to a new book or publication. By giving the book’s contents an honest read-through before it has been manipulated by other parties, such as

If you are wondering how to create an eBook in Word then you have come to the right place! Most eBooks use three basic formats: PDF, EPUB and MOBI, to improve readability and portability between reading devices. Although you can hire a professional (for instance at Word-2-Kindle.com) to do the hard work for you, or even download special software for making an eBook, you can also make your own e-book using any MS Word document, and later convert the book into one of the other e-formats. An eBook can be made from any Microsoft Word document in .doc or .docx

Book reviews are an essential part of promoting your book, drawing in potential readers, and increasing your success of selling any future books that you put on the market. However, getting those first few reviews, even from people who read and loved your book, can be challenging and often requires initiative on your part. Here are a few tips to help you get the best book review: Encourage and Enable Readers to Get A Book Review There are some people who won’t even remember that leaving a review is an option, or perhaps they won’t make the effort to leave one on

Writing for a living can be both exciting and daunting. Knowing upfront what some of the common pitfalls are, can save a lot of time, energy and frustration. So let’s look at seven common mistakes that can be easily avoided by successful e-book authors. 1. Creating only a pdf file While the pdf format is great for a lot of projects, e-books are not one of them! Digital publishing platforms all have their own bespoke formats – this is so that, amongst other things, readers will be able to increase the type size on their Kindle or e-reader screen for ease of

Self-publishing is not the same as the so-called ‘vanity’ publishing, and it has come a long way since the early days of Virginia Woolf, Mark Twain, James Joyce, and William Blake. Or more recently, Jennifer Wilson, Amanda Hocking, and Andy Weir. It is now understood to be a perfectly respectable way to get your book into the marketplace.

  The craft of writing can be a very intimate pursuit for people who are just starting out. But make no mistake, pros are just as scared of the white page as beginners are! No matter what kind of writing you are looking to do, you need to ensure that you are constantly trying to improve your craft. Like anything else, if you don’t practice the craft on a daily basis, your skills will quickly deteriorate. This is especially a problem when you consider that time taken away from the intimidating white page makes it even harder to return to it. No matter

Let’s face it, as wonderful as the process of writing is, writers are often lonely in the pursuit of their craft and their writing goals. It’s the nature of the job. For writers who have turned their craft into a profession, or are on their way to doing so, the computer is often their best, bright, electronic friend. Long periods of isolation are necessary and part of the job. The mind needs as much peace as possible in order to let your creativity run free, and to focus on the plot and narrative of your writing.   However, no matter how introverted

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