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June 25, 2017
Self-publishing? Three or four years ago I knew nothing. My biggest challenge was formatting my first book so that it would look plausible on a Kindle. Actually selling it once it was online was a challenge for later.
Now, with a couple of years’ experience under my belt, I could take the view that I’ve moved forward. I’ve gradually notched up a few dozen really positive Amazon reader reviews, and people are actually buying my books. Not a lot, but hundreds, anyway. (If you’re one of them, thanks!) Being a half-full kind of person rather than the half-empty kind, I know I should feel pleased.
Yet I’m strongly aware that I’m still very much a novice. If I’d progressed further, I would be selling loads of books, not just the modest numbers that people are buying at the moment. I still seem to be a thousand miles from joining the league of seasoned Kindle authors – people who apparently sell thousands of copies of every book they publish. Why? ... Continue reading →
You don’t need a physical Kindle device to read a Kindle book. You can read it on almost any tablet computer, or even on a smartphone (this works surprisingly well). And of course you can read it on a laptop or desktop computer. The secret in most cases is just getting hold of the free Kindle app.
Full details in this blog post » .
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