Amazon has added a print component to their Kindle Direct Publishing program so now you can self-publish paperbacks to the Amazon store. If you have only self-published an eBook then you may want to consider publishing
KDP Tools and Resources. Here are some Kindle Publishing resources that you may just find helpful in writing, creating and publishing your eBook to KDP. All of the information below can be found on the Kindle Tools
eBook sales in India are growing at a rapid rate as more and more Indians are connecting to the internet. Self-publishing an eBook in India is now a viable option for all writers who wish to see their eBooks being sold
When starting out with your plan to write an eBook you will not know where to start which is why you may think that a self-publishing service is the easy way to go. I am always finding new self-publishing
Amazon's Kindle Scout provides readers with the opportunity to vote on their favourite unpublished titles based on excerpts uploaded to the site by authors which then helps decide if an eBook gets published. In return
Amazon now provides the opportunity for self-published to utilize the 'pre-order' feature through Kindle Direct Publishing. This is another step forward for self-published authors as the opportunity to sell eBook 'pre-publication'
Can Joining Kindle Unlimited Push Your eBook to the Best-seller List? After careful observation of the Kindle's best-seller list, it appears that that submitting your...
If you want to become a best-selling author then you need to work with Amazon and not against them. Self-publishing your eBook and selling it on Amazon has never been easier thanks to their Amazon KDP program for independent
Many authors have tried publishing in short form with varying levels of success. Overall, the short-form eBook hasn’t taken off in a big way as expected and promoted by some people in the industry. There are some
Amazon Kindle Tax withholding and specific requirements vary based on whether you are a U.S. person or non-U.S. person. According to the IRS, for U.S. federal tax purposes, a U.S. person includes, but is not limited