“When you have children, you really have to write quickly,” said Logan, whose son is just 7 months old. Dang has a 9-month old son and a four-year-old daughter. The stay-at-home moms created their book during naptimes and in the evenings, after their children were asleep, taking turns to research and write chapters. Because they know the value of time, the moms wanted to create a straightforward, easy-to-read guide that gives busy authors everything they need to know to publish successfully on Amazon.
“Many of the how-to books we’d read had so much filler,” Dang said. “We don’t have time to read all that, and neither do most writers!” Their guide covers essential topics like picking book covers, formatting your ebook for Kindle, and marketing tips for power-launching your ebook. There’s also a “Resources”
Logan and Dang first published their short story collections on www.smashwords.com (http://www.smashwords.com/)
Both have Master’s degrees in creative writing from North Carolina State University – that’s where the two friends first met – and have written for publications including Our State magazine and the North Carolina Literary Review. Logan’s paranormal thriller House of Mirrors and Dang’s second collection of short stories Up Pops the Devil are currently in the Kindle Store. To read more about Publishing and Selling Your Ebook on Kindle and the two mom-preneurs, please visit http://www.amazon.com/