In part three of my series of posts talking about Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) service, I discuss the rights and pricing of your book.
Thanks to the Internet and websites like Amazon and Barnes & Noble, there are so many options for the beginning writer today. I will be self-publishing my first novel through Amazon’s Kindle platform first.
There’s lots of steps to follow when publishing your ebook, but they’re not complicated. Hopefully what I’ve shared below will help you avoid the pitfalls I stepped into.
Last week I posted about being part of a writers group over at GoodReads. I reviewed a book, and in turn, my book was reviewed. I have one book so far and that’s Noah’s Noodles.
I self-published my first book “Noah’s Noodles” on Amazon’s Kindle platform. I describe the book here. The process getting to that point was relatively smooth, but also had its share of bumps.
Creating something from nothing, especially something great, takes time. After spending ten years in the visual effects industry, I can appreciate the time, effort and dedication animation takes. It’s a lot like writing.
Part of getting out there and rubbing shoulders with other authors includes reviewing other author’s works. I am a member of a review group over at GoodReads and recently reviewed Cinderella’s Escape by Gita Reddy.
Earlier this week, my local station 107.3 Kool FM asked its listeners “What did you wait until later in life to do, but you’re SO GLAD you did it?” So, I made a Facebook comment about writing a novel. Then shit got real.
Attention all writers, and especially logophiles! Avoid the game “Wordbrain” from MAG Interactive at all costs!
After completing the cover in Photoshop, I started doing a lot of thinking and research on tag lines for novel covers, and have come to the conclusion that I need one.