Kindle publishing is huge for writers now, and it will become even bigger in 2012.
I’ll be transitioning to Kindle publishing over the next couple of years, and I’ve received lots of questions about it.
Here are some resources you’ll find useful:
The horse’s mouth, Amazon’s Kindle Publishing site. Amazon offers lots of help for authors. Take advantage of it.
Barnes & Noble’s epublishing platform.
* Amazon KDP forums — Amazon’s own forums.
Turn Your Words Into Gold: Write and Sell An Ebook In Just Eight Hours
Here’s what I love about writing ebooks: you write them once, and they keep on selling forever.
I know several writers who’ve taken to the Kindle platform like the proverbial ducks to water. One writer friend turns out a new Kindle ebook every month, like clockwork. The last time we spoke, she had 11 ebooks selling — and her income is rising month by month.
Another writer friend mixes writing her own ebooks, with writing ebooks for others. Currently she’s been commissioned to write a biography, and a family history, for the same client. She’s finding it huge fun, and she’s making more money than she’s ever made.
The benefit of writing and selling ebooks is that once written, they can keep on selling forever. Would you trade eight hours for an income stream?
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