I love writing for the Kindle.
You might be wondering what sells on the Kindle… Here’s what one writer said in the comments this post:
“…my wife and i have been indie publishing since May 2011 and we have over 100 titles. Yes, they sell. Everything sells. Every story has an audience. It’s nice all of us can now have an audience.”
I couldn’t have put it better myself. Kindle publishing success stores abound, but there may be something holding you back.
Kindle Formatting Horror Stories
You’ve completed your ebook, and are ready to sell. Then you upload it to Amazon and it looks like cr*p.
Listen, I feel your pain, because you tell me about about it. I’ve heard many horror stories.
I use Scrivener, which makes creating MOBI files easy. However, I admit it took me several hours the first time I did it to get the formatting right. Now I have a preset, I can compile an ebook in less than ten seconds.
If you don’t want to splash out on Scrivener, there’s a new, easy, instant tool which just works. Just upload a DOC file, and it formats your ebook in seconds, delivering a MOBI file which Amazon loves.
Students have been telling me about it, and if Kindle publishing is in your future, it will eliminate the formatting chaos – check out this super-easy Kindle formatter.
It’s a Web-based tool, so you can use it anywhere, no matter whether you’re a PC or Mac person.
You can now write lots of ebooks, and know that you’ll have your book uploaded and ready to sell in just minutes. No more tearing your hair out, and wasting hours.
A Bonus for You
I have a bonus for you if you decide to buy the Kindle instant formatter from my link. It’s “Time to Write, Build Your Writing Career Minute by Minute”. This 64 page PDF shows you that you DO have time to write – you can even write a book in just 20 minutes a day.
Make sure you buy via this link, by clicking here.
Then send me your PayPal receipt.
You can now write for the Kindle with complete confidence, with beautifully formatted ebooks in a flash.
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