As a beginner in self-publishing, I was very apprehensive about Amazon’s KDP and its print-on-demand service. After all, this was my first book and I wanted it to look nice. So, how was my experience with PoD and the paperback version of my book?
After using Kindle Create to format your book, it’s time to add it to Amazon. This part is relatively simple, and Amazon does a decent job making the tabs easy to understand. Let’s start submitting your eBook to KDP.
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.
Looking to market yourself as an author? For beginners and professionals alike, getting your name out there is often difficult. Dave Chesson dives into the four Ps of marketing and how they can influence success. Especially if you plan to jump into self-publishing.