How To Publish Anything On Amazon's Kindleby Randy Benjamin
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IMPORTANT: Amazon has redesigned the DTP software! This update addresses the new changes. Also included is a section on how to get your book listed with Barnes & Nobel. Now your book will be available for Apple’s iPad and iPhone, B&N’s Nook, Personal Computers (PC), and Android’s smartphones as well as Amazon’s Kindle.
This is an easy to read, to the point book that explains how to publish your novel, comic book, grocery list, or just about anything else on Amazon's amazing Kindle, and how to do it for practically nothing.
Let me say that again...this book is "NOT" about how to write your novel, or how to promote it. This isn't a tips and tricks book and it won't help you to get your book on the New York Times best seller list. This is a, GET ME ON AMAZON (and Barnes & Noble) so I can SELL MY BOOK...book!
Other things you need to be aware of are covered in the book as well. Such as...opening a bank account, registering a domain name, setting up a website, designing the cover, writing the description, filing the copyright and adding the copyright page.
Each step in the publishing process is explained in a simple and easily understood manner. You won't believe how quickly you can have your book on-line and FOR SALE.
How To Publish Anything On Amazon's Kindle is available in paperback and e-book formats. For information about the author, visit: www.randybenjamin.com
Meet the Author
Randy Benjamin has been a computer consultant for 35 years. His first venture into writing was in 1995 when he sold several articles to Music Row magazine in Nashville TN. The series detailed how computers and digital technology were changing the way that music was being created.
Over the next several years, writing began to play a much larger roll in his life. In 1998 he started a newspaper column called, "The Internet Guide" which was syndicated by 23 newspapers in three Midwestern states. This column spawned two books, "The Internet Guide Handbook" and "More of the Internet Guide."
The Internet Guide ran until 2007 when he decided that he'd rather work on novels full time. In March of 2007, he closed his consulting business and wrote the last of 491 Internet Guide articles.
Now approaching 64 years of age, he writes full time working on novels and writing articles for magazines world wide.
He lives on a small lake in southern Indiana with a dog named Mufeoso.
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Randy Benjamin's book is written so plainly and precisely that it's not just a great resource for independent writers but for independent publishers, like me. I used this book to help navigate the treacherous waters of online publishing and I could not be happier with the results! I've not only published a first ebook of poetry (The Bridge by Jenny Checchia), but now have several other projects in the pipeline due to the success this book has helped me to achieve. This is an amazing book to help anyone streamline the process (and take out the stress) of online publishing. From first time publishers to companies transitioning into digital, I highly recommend this ebook.