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  • The Best Software for Writing a Kindle Book

    You have a great idea for a Kindle book, and no idea how to organize your thoughts and get them into a format that is Ebook-friendly. While you will still need to go through Amazon's upload process and have your book in the correct PRC format to do so,...
  • Debunking Some Common Self-Publishing Myths

    Debunking Some Common Self-Publishing Myths
    There are so many unreasonable things said online about aspiring writers and how they should not choose self-publishing over traditional publishing. The following are some myths which have been debunked so a...
  • 5 Things to Know Before You Self-Publish

    5 Things to Know Before You Self-Publish
    According to a popular saying, if you want to have one good idea, you got to have several ideas. Yet, even if you do manage to think up a good idea, you could fail in implementing it because of poor management ...
  • How do I submit a Kindle Single?

     Amazon's Kindle Single market is being used right now by everyone who fits the criteria for submission, but a growing body of work is attributable to big-name authors like Stephen King and others of his ilk. That's not to say that Singles are not...
  • What is a Kindle Single?

     
    The Kindle Single is Amazon's answer to the restrictions and limitations in traditional publishing that have held authors back for hundreds of years. The gap that once existed between short story writers and others whose work would not meet the...
  • Self-Publishing – Is it for you?

    If you have done any research into self-publishing at all and haven't run screaming for the hills, you're in a great place to start learning the process – if not for your own use, at least so that you're aware of what needs to happen for a book t...
  • Publishing Your Book - Individual v. Industrial

    The question of whether to use a traditional publishing house or one of the many self-publishing options currently available is fuel for an ongoing, though relatively new, debate. Each has the desired outcome for the author of a published book, and yet...