If you were looking for a post last night, I apologize for the lack of one. I was hosting a Facebook event yesterday evening, and I totally forgot about the fact that it was Tuesday, and I had a post due.
I know this won't make up for it, but here is a Wednesday rundown of three publishing related articles. Leading off the group today is a step-by-step guide on all things publishing on KDP. Personally, I have not had any problems figuring this procedure out on my own, but I understand where others might get tripped up. So, here you go.
“Can anyone tell me how to publish my book on Amazon?”
It’s a question I see in online groups over and over and over.
They’re asking about converting their manuscript to an ebook that can be read on a Kindle, not referring to Amazon’s print-on-demand service, CreateSpace.
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I planned on posting a brief intro to the HTML and CSS that a beginner should know to work on an ebook, but I’m in the middle of launching my YA historical novel Risuko this month, and so I need to share a shorter, more technical post. This month, I’m going to teach you how to build links from your ebook that can be tracked in Google Analytics.
Download a sample of The Taming on Smashwords to see what all the buzz is about.