spent quite a bit of time this year getting A Freelancer’s Tale ready for publishing. Although I thought it was going to be expensive, the majority of the cost to self-publish was that of time. Well, at least to get it up on Amazon.
Perhaps one of the easiest ways to make sure your eBook is ready for Amazon is by using Kindle Create. It’s a free app you can use that has a few features you might like. Today, I’ll show you how to use it and some of its functions you’ll want to check out.
Recently, I finished writing my first self-published eBook. Right now, it’s available on Amazon through Kindle Direct Publishing. Although I thought the writing and editing part was going to be a pain, it pales in comparison to promoting the work.
After writing and editing your ebook, it’s time to start thinking about the cover. This is the graphic that is shown to readers that will tempt them to buy or read the book. So, you want it to look nice because people often will judge a book by its cover.
Once you’re done writing the rough draft, it’s time to start thinking about editing your book. In this process, you’ll fine-tune its flow, add or remove text, and get it ready for publishing. How you go about doing this, though, is completely up to you.