Want To Become a Published Author? Bust These Excuses
My first book hit #2 on Kindle Store’s Small Business category and received ten 5-star reviews in the first five days. Not too shabby given that it took me just 4 weeks from idea to becoming a published author. Like many, I’ve been trying to “write a book” for two years.How To Optimize Your Digital Book For Smartphones
Reading devices such as the Amazon Kindle, Kobo Glo and Nook GlowLight have surged in popularity over the past few years as well as other handheld devices that have eBook reading capabilities like the Apple iPad. However it’s the humble cell phone that’s poised to take over as the number one reading device of the future.Two Steps to Avoid the Self-Published Book Image
Guaranteed what will set your book apart from all the other independent publishers is the professional look to your book. There are many unintentional mistakes that you can avoid with a little research and guidance.How to Set Up an Author’s Page on Amazon When Using a Pen Name
If you’re a self-published author, chances are you’ll be offering your books for sale on Amazon.com. Let’s go over why and when you would want to use a pen name, how using one affects your publishing accounts, how to approach social media and other important considerations for using a pen name.How to Leverage Kindle Unlimited for Marketing Your Books
Is there a clear advantage for you, the author, in using this service? Because let’s be honest, your main goals are to gain exposure for your work and make a living while doing it.