The link below is to an article that looks at how to self-publish on Amazon.
The link below is to an article that takes a look at what it costs to self-publish a book.
The link below is to an article that provides advice on how to self publish children’s books.
The link below is to an article that takes a look at self-publishing audiobooks.
A whole lot of people think they have a book in them. And even more think they could write a children’s book. Amazon made that a little easier Wednesday with a new tool, KDP Kids, that aids in the creation of illustrated ebooks.
“No one should have to be a computer programmer to create a beautiful, illustrated Kindle book for kids,” Russ Grandinetti, SVP of Kindle, said in a statement. (Of course, you will still need to have the illustrations at hand and in digital format. Amazon’s not doing your artwork for you, at least not yet.)
KDP Kids largely consists of a free software program, Kindle Kids’ Book Creator, that is downloadable to Mac or PC and lets authors “import artwork from popular formats, including jpg, pdf, tiff, and png,” add text to the pages and preview how it will look across Kindle devices (clearly, illustrated books…
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The link below is to an article that looks at why a writer should self-publish.
The link below is to an article/tutorial on how to self-publish your own Kindle ebook.
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The link below is to a great little article for self-publishers about ISBNs – if you self-publish, this is well worth a look.
The link below is to a detailed article on how to self-publish at Smashwords.