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Step-By-Step Self Publishing on Kindle: Book Formatting

We’ve covered how to establish a Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) account and how to set your product pricing and royalties in the Getting Started post and we’ve talked in more detail about the individual product details in the Book Basics post. With all that great information, you’re ready to go, right? Except…wait, what is your product? If […]

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Step-By-Step Self Publishing on Kindle: Book Basics

Book creation is as easy at 1, 2, 3. We talked about foundation of your Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) adventure in my previous post Step-By-Step Self Publishing on Kindle: Getting Started. This week, we’re talking about individual projects and the steps needed to getting a finalized product on the digital market. You’ll go through this […]

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Book Marketing 4 Months Before Publication

The importance of perception. So far we’ve broken down the book marketing process by Month 6 and Month 5 prior to publication date. In this post we discuss what steps need to take in the fourth month before your book is published. During this post, we will discuss the importance of perception in creating book buzz […]

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Step-By-Step Self Publishing on Kindle: Getting Started

It’s all at the tip of your fingertips. You see it. Wealth, fame, and immortality. Your destiny is in your hands. It’s written on the proverbial page. Now all you have to do is get it from your hands and into the hands of others. As quickly as possible. Ta-da, Amazon Kindle’s instant gratification, self […]

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Book Marketing 6 Months Before Publishing

The End. Now what? Every writer rejoices in typing THE END even though they know their work has only started. An ending is nothing more than a new beginning. For many writers, the incredible skill and talent it takes to write is nothing when compared to book marketing. And, admittedly, many of us are too […]

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Guest Post: Self Publishing Tips, John Bryant

Before I get into it, I want to thank Billie for the opportunity of this guest blog post. One of the greatest things about the indie author community is the tremendous support we give to one another. This is just one of those opportunities and I truly appreciate it. Okay, so with that being said… […]

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An Indie with Reviews?!

“As an indie author, it’s hard to get people to review your book.”  This is one of the most reiterated statements I hear from other authors.  And it Simply. Isn’t. True.The self-pubbed world of literature has literally EXPLODED in the last one- to two-years thanks to success stories like Amanda Hocking.  What used to be […]

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Guest: Kenzie Michaels, So You’ve Written A Book?

So You’re Published; Now What? “…and they lived happily ever after. The End”. “Dear Kenzie, We’d like to offer you a contract… Here are your edits… Here’s your cover…. Your release date is…”Wow. Now what? Your book, which you’ve worked so hard to write, submitted it to a publisher and had it accepted, bitten your […]

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