I’ve come across a VERY clever Kindle publishing strategy. It may not be for me. Perhaps it’s for you…
You know that I adore the Kindle, and Amazon Kindle Publishing. Amazon’s KDP program is without doubt the best thing to happen to writers in my 30 year writing career. I think it’s the best thing to happen in publishing since Gutenberg, but I digress.
Not only do I love Kindle publishing, I’ve created several products to help you to publish. All the products deal with publishing non-fiction on the Kindle.
Not that I’m against publishing fiction. Far from it. Fiction outsells non-fiction 6 to 1 on the Kindle. And indeed, I’m working on a series of novels for Kindle publishing, which I’ll publish later this year.
So I am keen on publishing novels.
However, publishing a novel (or a series of novels, so you get volume) takes TIME. I don’t care about time in my own business model. I started my writing career as a novelist; I’m not starting at zero when I write fiction. I have a reasonable expectation that the time I spend writing novels will be well rewarded.
But what about YOU?
Eliminate the Time Hassle When Writing Novels for the Kindle
Imagine my surprise when I found a strategy which all but eliminates the time-to-write hassle when it comes to writing fiction.
I knew I had to share it with you: here it is.
I’ve read this guide a couple of times. I LOVE the strategy. I can see that it eliminates the time hassle, and it has huge potential.
Although I’m happy to promote it, because I think it’s so clever and has huge potential for you, I do have one warning.
It’s this: if you’re looking for a free option, it’s not for you. That said, it’s a cheap (ultra cheap, really) way to get material for your novel, WITHOUT WRITING IT YOURSELF. You may have to do some editing, of course.
Beyond finding cheap material for your novels, the guide includes additional clever tips, including how to create great ecovers for your novels, without paying fees to designers. You can create great covers yourself in minutes.
A Bonus for You
I have a bonus for you if you decide to buy Megan’s guide.
If you go ahead and buy via this link, or those above, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: MEGAN’S KINDLE X. Forward your PayPal receipt to me in the message, and I’ll send you my own guide to writing fiction: “Write Genre Novels (Commercial Fiction) For Fun And Profit.”
I love the strategy. It’s very clever. While it’s not for me, it may be hugely rewarding for you.
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