With the advent of Amazon’s Kindle platform, self-publishing and selling books has never been easier - once you know the “tricks”. “Writing for the Kindle” takes three standalone books, originally written as a series by the author, and combines them into one. With each book building upon the strategies presented in the previous one, this one book now covers all aspects of self-publishing and promoting a book on Amazon.
From researching a topic, to selecting a title, to writing and formatting, to creating a cover, to uploading and writing the listing, and promoting, it is all now in this one book. And if you are not a writer, how to outsource the writing of your book is covered, along with suggested sites to find ghostwriters.
The information in this book is critical to helping those new to self-publishing on Kindle “get up to speed” and a book published.
Ron Kness Writing and Photography self-publishes high-quality information content including articles, ebooks, reports, blog posts, autoresponders and PLR in a variety of niches. The company also provides ghost-writing services for those who desire to publish a book, but do not want to do the writing.
There has been a steady global rise in the number of people buying Kindle e-readers. With the increase of Kindle e-readers comes an increase of Kindle book sales. Kindle books now outpace hardcover books sold with this trend predicted to continue well into the future. At last count, Amazon now sells 183 Kindle-books for every 100 hardcover books sold.
This new book is available in a printed version at https://www.createspace.com/