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Self-Publishing Vs. Traditional: My Decision - A Writer's Journey

Self-Publishing Vs. Traditional: My Decision - A Writer's Journey | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it
Making the decision to self publish or query agents is a difficult one. These are the reasons I chose self-publishing.
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This excellent article is by an author who decided to self-publish after doing a 180 away from the traditional pubbing route. He thoughtfully lays out his reasoning for the mind change.

 

o It's up to the individual author to define success

o Book stores have ticking clocks on their bookshelves

o The money isn't that great in traditional publishing

o Publishers won't do for you what you can do for yourself

o You may be tied up in a contract for a very long time

 

Read, the article, weigh the pros and cons, and decide for yourself whether you want to put in the time looking for a publisher, or try your hand at the self-publishing route.

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

Link to the full article: http://www.erindorpress.com/2014/01/self-publishing-vs-traditional-my-decision/

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How to Format Your Book for Kindle Using Microsoft Word in 6 Easy Steps

How to Format Your Book for Kindle Using Microsoft Word in 6 Easy Steps | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it
Anyone who’s tried formatting their eBook themselves will tell you it’s no small feat. There are hundreds of conversion programs and Kindle “meatgrinders” that promise clean Kindle files, yet deliver a file full of gobbly-gook.
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If you're sitting on the fence about writing and publishing a book to Kindle, this article should give you the kick in the pants you need.

 

The author lays out six easy steps to format your book and get it up there for sale already! Keep in mind this may not work for those who have bullet points, tables, and special formatting. This tutorial works magic for straight typed text.

 

To sum up:

 

1) Type it clean

2) Insert page breaks

3) Apply Styles

4) Create your Table of Contents (TOC)

5) Convert to MOBI/EPUB

6) Upload!

 

You may have to do a bit of tweaking once it is uploaded, but Amazon allows you to see how the finished product will look before you hit that "Publish" button.

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

Link to the full article:  http://ultimatebookcoach.com/how-to-format-your-book-for-kindle-using-microsoft-word-in-6-easy-steps/

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CompletelyNovel's Sarah Juckes advises how to write a blurb | Self-Publishing Advice

CompletelyNovel's Sarah Juckes advises how to write a blurb | Self-Publishing Advice | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it
An easy-to-follow, practical guide to writing the best blurb to sell your self-published book, provided by YA author Sarah Juckes of CompletelyNovel
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This kind of stuff wakes me up in the middle of the night. A book theme-tagline and blurb. Instead of waking up and writing it down--as I should--I repeat it over and over in my head, and zonk out again. Once awake, I write it down--immediately.

 

YA author Sarah Juckes gives us a few tips for writing an amazing stand-out blurb that will get people pushing that BUY button.

 

1)  Do your research (check out other blurbs, make notes)

2)  Choose a blurb style (layout)

3)  Start with a synopsis (freewrite a summary of your novel)

4)   Focus on your character & 'Stakes' (intro the protagonist, set up the stakes for character)

5)   Find your voice (same voice/style as your novel)

6)   Refine, refine, refine (condense it)

7)   Map your blurb (map it on the layout)

8)   Are you answering right questions? (put yourself in reader's shoes)

9)   Choose the right font (make it pleasing)

10)  Read, review, rewrite  (go over it again and again, ask someone for their opinion)

 

Once you check off each of these steps, your book blurb should be a winner, and the book a seller!

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

 Link to the full article:  http://selfpublishingadvice.org/blog/how-to-write-an-effective-blurb-for-a-self-published-book/

 

 

 

 

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There's a genre I hadn't thought much about!

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Ten Things I’ve Learned from Evaluating Self-Published Books for a Year

Ten Things I’ve Learned from Evaluating Self-Published Books for a Year | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it

"Today’s guest post is by Jessica Bennett. She and Leslie Ramey created Compulsion Reads, a website that seeks to shine the spotlight on quality indie books by endorsing those books that meet CR’s strict quality standards."

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If you want to write a book and self-publish, this list could push you towards success right out of the starting gate. The article was written by one of the team from Compulsion Reads, evaluators of indie books for over a year. Only books adhering to their strict standards receive their endorsement.

 

Take pen in hand, and make up your list to keep nearby. And check out the article for the intimate details.

 

1. There are many amazing self-published books on the market

2. Many Self-Publishers Publish Too Early

3. Self-Published Authors Need To Care More About Grammar

4. Self-Published Authors Are Amazingly Kind And Generous

5. Writing A Great Novel Does Not Mean It Will Be Successful

6. Too Much Telling!

7. Indie Authors Are Incredibly Creative

8. Self-Published Authors Struggle With Making Big Edits To Their   Books

9. Things Are Going To Get Harder For Self-Published Authors Before They Get Easier

10. Self-Published Authors Need More Love

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

 Link to the full article: http://writerunboxed.com/2013/11/30/ten-things-ive-learned-from-evaluating-self-published-books-for-a-year/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+WriterUnboxed+%28Writer+Unboxed%29

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Amazon's New Matchbook Feature and What it Means for Authors and Publishers | AmyHarrop.com

Amazon's New Matchbook Feature and What it Means for Authors and Publishers | AmyHarrop.com | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it
Amazon is always improving its store and features, but very few updates compare to the new Kindle MatchBook feature.

Via AmyandDeb
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Thanks again to Amazon for giving authors another option to profit from their books.

 

The key?

 

You need to have a print version of your book to make this work. If you currently do not, head on over to Createspace and get the print copy completed before October. Then, inside your bookshelf you will be given the option to sign up for Matchbook.

 

As an author, this looks to be very promising in the form of more royalties on my books.

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

 Link to the full article: http://amyharrop.com/amazons-new-matchbook-feature-and-what-it-means-for-authors-and-publishers/#

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AmyandDeb's curator insight, September 17, 2013 2:47 PM

Great opportunity for Kindle authors to have more income..

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10 Counterintuitive Tips for Self-Publishers : Publishing Perspectives

10 Counterintuitive Tips for Self-Publishers : Publishing Perspectives | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it
Bestseller Hugh Howey offers a list of tips that tend to surprise new writers, particularly those who are self-publishing or considering it.

Via Carolyn Schriber
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Aspiring and even self-published authors are inundated with so much information coming at us at the speed of light; it sometimes feels as if our heads will explode.

 

Bestselling author, Hugh Howey, gives us some more great advice to chew on, and attempt to cram into our cranial. Some has been rehashed, but we can all use a refresher. Here is a quick summary:

 

 1.   Asking people to buy your book doesn’t work.

 2.   The people who sell your books are your existing readers.

 3.   There is no promotion as strong as writing the next book.

 4.   An undiscovered book remains fresh and new.

 5.   Give your books away. You need to build up a fan base.

 6.   A good agent is your best friend.

 7.   An email list is more powerful than Twitter or Instagram.

 8.   Videos are worth a million words.

 9.   Be yourself.

10.  Authors are not in competition with one another.

 

Remember, BIC (butt in chair). Keep writing, then there will be books to promote.

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

 Link to the full article: http://publishingperspectives.com/2013/09/10-counterintuitive-tips-for-self-publishers/comment-page-1/#comment-309414

 

 

 

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Creating Book Covers with The LogoCreator | Write a Kindle Book

Creating Book Covers with The LogoCreator | Write a Kindle Book | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it

"Create your Kindle Book Cover with Laughingbird Logo Creator"

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Writing a book is only but one aspect of publishing to Kindle. Creating a decent cover is another very important consideration--one that really pops when buyers are browsing through the hundreds of thumbnails in the Kindle store.

 

One method for cover creation is Laughingbird Logo Creator software. I've always been a fan of this software and use it frequently. You can purchase it for a mere $37, and it is well worth it. I use it for creating logos, as well as Kindle covers. I am not a graphic designer, but picked it up quickly.

 

http://TheLogoCreator.com

 

This article gives you advice on how to create an opaque image on your book cover. I've seen this technique used quite a bit on romance novels. You first start out with a professional background, then add in the man and woman, and lighten them to the point that you can still see the background.

 

Very easy, and the cover looks fantastic!

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

Link to the full article: http://writeakindlebook.com/creating-book-covers-with-the-logocreator

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How to Use Beta Readers to Improve Your Book Manuscript | Self-Publishing Advice

How to Use Beta Readers to Improve Your Book Manuscript | Self-Publishing Advice | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it
Contemporary novelist Joanne Phillips draws on her own experience of using beta readers to provide a helpful guide for self-published authors
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Imagine having your own bevy of beta readers--your own little fan club to read your work before it is published to the world! This technique could prove invaluable for polishing and perfecting your work so readers will come back again and again.

 

This author recommends it, and tells us where to find them; the readers who will appreciate what we do and give us constructive feedback, that is. She gives valuable advice to streamline the process, and how to deal with any constructive criticism the readers might dish out.

 

And make sure to thank them for setting aside valuable time to read your  book and add thoughtful comments!

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

Link to the full article: http://selfpublishingadvice.org/blog/better-your-books-with-beta-readers/

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How to Get Your Kindle Highlights into Evernote

How to Get Your Kindle Highlights into Evernote | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it
What if you could get all your Kindle notes and highlights into Evernote where they were instantly available? Now you can by following these nine simple steps.
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I love reading books on my KINDLE and being able to save my notes and highlights. I also love EVERNOTE (a digital brain), which gives you the ability to clip and save articles from all over the web. Now, I find that all my Kindle notes and highlights can be saved to Evernote!

 

I had no idea that I had a "unique" Amazon Kindle page that shows me a list of all my books, with links to the notes and highlights, progress on each of the books, and ratings. The easy-to-follow steps in this article make it a no-brainer to transfer this info into Evernote. If you do reviews on Amazon, this makes it a snap to save the notes and then pull them up before you leave your reviews.

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

Link to the full article: http://michaelhyatt.com/how-to-get-your-kindle-highlights-into-evernote.html

 

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Self-Publishing Success Stories: The Anatomy of a Kindle Bestseller

Self-Publishing Success Stories: The Anatomy of a Kindle Bestseller | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it

Writing for writing's sake is absolutely brilliant, but many of us have ambitions to be #1 on the Amazon charts, selling hundreds of thousands of books and raking in the cash!

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Writing is hard work! That is a given, but once your book is actually written, how in the world do we enter into the ranks of the Kindle bestsellers?

 

This article by bestselling author Mark Edwards touches on some characteristics of what goes into a Kindle bestseller. Begin your journey armed with these tools, and you might also enter through the portals of the elite "bestseller" club.

 

1)  Get the BASICS right (GRIPPING book, great COVER, excellent book DESCRIPTION)

 

2) Write a MARKETING plan (this is tip most authors skip over)

 

3) Get your books NOTICED (Twitter w/ tools such as Tweet Adder and Triberr)

 

4) Identify BLOGS and SITES that might review your book (send a professional template requesting a review)

 

5) Get into the ALSO BOUGHT Amazon "bar" of popular books

 

6) Set up a BLOG and interview other popular authors

 

7) Be prepared to WORK HARD!

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

Link to the full article with all the details for your own plan: http://www.thecreativepenn.com/2013/01/21/self-publishing-success-kindle-bestseller/

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How to turn your books into audiobooks via the ACX service | Self-Publishing Advice

How to turn your books into audiobooks via the ACX service | Self-Publishing Advice | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it

British novelist Roz Morris describes from experience how to turn self-published print and ebooks into audiobooks using Amazon's ACX service

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Writing and publishing digital or printed books is one slice of the reader market pie. There's another platform.

 

Audiobooks.

 

Many like to listen instead of read. I have several friends that have vision trouble. The audio version of your book would be a big help for those people.

 

ACX is a network where narrators and producers can meet authors who want their work released as audiobooks. It's easy to get set up. ACX will pull your details off Amazing and you can get started.

 

How does it work? You can do it yourself if you have the right equipment. A dinky microphone from Office Max won't cut it. The other choice is to hire a professional. It may cost you some bucks, so be prepared to pay. You can choose to pay a royalty share to cut the upfront cost.

 

Read the entire article, and head over to ACX to see if this platform will work for your book.

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

Link to the full article: http://www.selfpublishingadvice.org/reaching-readers-how-to-create-audiobooks-via-acx/

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The Report – Author Earnings | Writing for Kindle

The Report – Author Earnings | Writing for Kindle | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it

Hugh Howey, Best-selling author of "Wool" and "Dust" blows the lid off Amazon author earnings.

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The self-publishing community is all abuzz.  Hugh Howey's latest report on author earnings is creating quite stir. Why?

 

Here are some statistics that might blow away the uninformed:

 

o  Most readers don’t know and don’t care how the books they read are published.

 

o   Indie and small-publisher titles dominate the bestselling genres on Amazon.

 

o  Indie authors are outselling the Big Five. That’s the entire Big Five. Combined.

 

o  86% of the top 2,500 genre fiction bestsellers in the overall Amazon store are e-books.

 

o  Self-published authors on Amazon’s platform keep 70% of the total purchase price.

 

o  It is also worth noting again that self-published authors are earning more money on fewer titles.

 

o  More writers today are paying bills with their craft than at any other time in human history.

 

o  Our data suggests that even stellar manuscripts are better off self-published.

 

o  There are no short cuts, just a lot of effort and a lot of luck.

 

Do you think you have a self-published book inside of you screaming to be written? This is a long report, but well worth the time. These stats from Hugh might be the push you need.

 

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

Link to the full article: http://authorearnings.com/the-report/

 

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How I Published My First Ebook: Tips for New Writers - Writing for Kindle

How I Published My First Ebook: Tips for New Writers - Writing for Kindle | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it

"Publishing an eBook is a long, rigorous process despite how easy it looks from the outside. I mean, self-publishing is supposed to be super simple, right? "

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This article is a wonderful self-publishing primer for those who want to learn more about the process. Alicia Rades has taken us by the hand and walked us through her 16-step process of publishing her first ebook.

 

I have six published books currently up on Amazon, but I still picked up some new and innovative ideas. Here are some of my favorites:

 

o   Check out MYECOVERMAKER for awesome 3D cover

o   Find an EDITOR (to polish product)

o   Buy Your Own ISBNs (to use your own self-publishing co)

o   Sell the PDF on your website - Go to the article for the URL

 

The article is well written, the author speaking from experience. Her book is currently free for download from Story Cartel. You can download your free copy and enter for a Kindle until Friday, February 21, 2014) http://storycartel.com/books/743/the-beginners-guide-to-writing-quality-online-content/

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

 Link to the full article: http://community.copypress.com/how-i-published-my-first-ebook/

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Should you Sell your eBook on Amazon or your Blog? - Jeffbullas's Blog

Should you Sell your eBook on Amazon or your Blog? - Jeffbullas's Blog | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it
Selling ebooks are maybe the biggest opportunity for a blogger to make money. But should you sell your ebook on Amazon or your blog? Here are some insights.
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Jeff Bullas has given self-publishers some food for thought about whether to sell our books via Amazon or our own blog. He also gives some key steps on just what it takes to write an e-book.

 

He says if you can write a blog post you can write an e-book. I tend to agree with him on that point. However, you will need to possess more patience to continue writing and actually completing an book, versus a 500 word blog post.

 

Myself? I spent literally two years studying up on all the aspects of self-publishing. There may be some who pick it up a lot faster than this. However, I wanted to study all the ins and outs, pros and cons. There is a lot of planning that goes on before the actual writing.

 

Okay, so should you sell your book via Amazon or on your website? It's really up to you. Unless you have a blog or website that currently has gangbuster traffic, start with Amazon for the traction. You can always move your product to your own site at any time.

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

 Link to the full article: http://www.jeffbullas.com/2013/10/08/should-you-sell-your-ebook-on-amazon-or-your-blog/

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Self-Publishing Basics: An Unabridged List of the Parts of a Book — The Book Designer

Self-Publishing Basics: An Unabridged List of the Parts of a Book — The Book Designer | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it
For your work to be published correctly, it’s crucial that the different parts of a book contain the right content, and appear in the right order. This extensive, detailed, annotated list will help organize your book.
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This is an article that every book author should print out or have handy as they are writing. I've referred to this again and again to know where to place an epigraph, copyright or dedication.

 

The author goes into explicit detail on what comprises the Frontmatter, Body, and Backmatter of the book. Each contains specific elements, and those elements should appear in a specific order.

 

No book contains all these elements, however, this is a great checklist to make sure you have the right content in the right category. Also, you can readily see whether those elements of your book appear in the sequence in which they are expected.

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

 Link to the full article: http://www.thebookdesigner.com/2009/09/parts-of-a-book/

 

 

 

 

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Storytelling--The #1 Business Skill Of The Next 5 Years - Writing for Kindle

Storytelling--The #1 Business Skill Of The Next 5 Years - Writing for Kindle | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it

Last year, a pale woman with crazy eyebrows and a keytar strapped to her back made a video of herself, wearing a kimono and holding up hand-Sharpied signs on a street in Melbourne."


Via Karen Dietz
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Amazon is the #1 book seller in the world, and for good reason. They make it incredibly easy (Kindles) to provide the masses what they are looking for. What is that? Inspiring and thought-provoking stories. (ebooks)

 

Everyone has a story in them. Don't think so? Think back over your life. There's a story. Did you leave home and attend college? There's a bunch of stories. Have you worked? There's a story. Been married? Had children? There's another story. It doesn't feel interesting enough to you? Spice it up and sell it as fiction.

 

Find your story, Write your story. Use the inspiration of your story to inspire others. Publish your story as a Kindle book. You can do it.

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

Link to the full article: http://www.linkedin.com/today/post/article/20130802112108-7374576-this-will-be-the-1-business-skill-of-the-next-5-years

 

 

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Karen Dietz's comment, August 27, 2013 12:48 PM
Thank you David, Penelope, and Ron for your comments and insights!
Penelope's comment, August 27, 2013 10:37 PM
You're welcome, Karen. Thanks for sharing this great article. Loved it!
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The DNA of a Successful Book | Visual.ly

The DNA of a Successful Book | Visual.ly | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it

Ever wonder what it takes to have a "successful" book? Ebooks and conventional books alike, this infographic shows the ins and outs of a successful book.

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Pictures! Pictures! With the advent of Pinterest, we can't get enough of them. One picture can quickly sum up a message, and is more powerful than a thousand words.

 

Writers pining to be successful Kindle authors should pick up some great clues as to what genre to focus on. Here are some conclusions:

 

CONTENT

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o Approximately 375 pages to a bestseller

o Men want to read about men heroes, but

o Woman heroes will likely become the bestseller

 

GENRE

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o Women love Romance novels. Surprised?

o Men like history

o Top grossing fiction is literature

 

READERS

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o There are 12x more books sold at .99

o Those under 40 read faster than those over 40

o The longer the book, the less likely readers are to finish

 

*****This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"*****

 

Link to the infographic: http://visual.ly/dna-successful-book

 

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How To Sell Self-Published Books: Read This First

How To Sell Self-Published Books: Read This First | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it

I've christened May the How To Sell Self-Published Books Month here on Catherine, Caffeinated, but before we get into the nuts and bolts of marketing and promoting your book, we need to have a little tough love session first..."

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Cower down and prepare to be chastised by the caffeinated Catherine. She'll tell you what you need to do to self-publish, but first she's going to give it to you from the School of Hard Knocks.

 

Let's sum it up, shall we? Then you can go read the full article for yourself:

 

1) By Default, NO ONE CARES about your book - This is sad, but true. Check out the bin of $1 books at Dollar Tree

 

2) Your book is a PRODUCT, and it had better work - It's a business! Forget the romance side of it. Keep that in your books.

 

3) Social Media is about CONNECTION - People don't want to be sold to. A presence online takes time to build, so don't tick 'em off the first day.

 

4) You can't sell NEW concepts with OLD Ways - If it's for sale online, then promote it online. John Locke did not become that million book seller until he "focused" on online promotion.

 

5) You are NOT the next AMANDA HOCKING - You must work HARD. You may not hit the big time, but you can still sell some books.

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing For Kindle"***

 

Link to the original article: http://catherineryanhoward.com/2012/05/05/how-to-sell-self-published-books-read-this-first/

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Jacques Goyette's curator insight, August 9, 2013 4:16 PM

Very good advice to consider before self-publishing.

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Sales Ranking Chart - Amazon Ebook Rankings and Book Sales

Sales Ranking Chart - Amazon Ebook Rankings and Book Sales | Writing for Kindle | Scoop.it
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One of the biggest questions I get from would-be authors is how many books do you have to sell to make any money on Amazon? My answer is: Just get your first book up! The more books (or product) you have for sale on the marketplace, the better your pay.

 

Amazon Bestsellers Rank is the number you find beneath the Product Description. Every book on Amazon has an Amazon Bestsellers Rank. Click on any title and then scroll down until you see it.

 

This sales ranking chart gives you the book's ranking--and approximate book sales per day.

 

***This review was written by Penelope Silvers for her curated content on "Writing for Kindle"***

 

Link to the full article: http://www.theresaragan.com/p/sale-ranking-chart.html

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