If you’re an indie/self-published author, keeping track of your Categories on Amazon is a useful tool to help boost visibility for your books–and it likely won’t cost you anything either. I’m going to show you some tips on your categories and also walk through why they’re important. When you publish through Amazon’s KDP, they allowContinue reading “Tips for Categories on Amazon”
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Signs You May Have Imposter Syndrome
Imagine: You’ve written and published your first book. It’s out in the universe, available on Amazon – freaking Amazon, man – and you’re at a dinner party. Someone says to you…
5,4,3,2,1… Launch Your Book
You did it. You actually did it. Has it sunk in yet? You said you were going to write a book, and you wrote a mother trucking book. You poured your heart and energy and God given (or hard gained) talent into it. So, um, now what?
News from Amazon – Kindle Changing from MOBI to EPUB Files
By Dennis Schleicher Amazon has long been the odd man out in the world of ebook files for their requirement of MOBI files. All other platforms use EPUB. But yesterday, Amazon sent out emails to authors to let them know that they have finally listened: to simplify the uploading process, they will begin using EPUBContinue reading “News from Amazon – Kindle Changing from MOBI to EPUB Files”