Reading this interview can be an eye opener for many authors. While the US and UK are huge eBook markets, Germany, France, and many other countries are close behind and growing.
In this very informative Q&A with author Nate Hoffelder, questions are sent to the author via Twitter about selling both eBooks and print books from an author’s website.
Kindle Vella is a new program offered by Amazon which allows authors to serialize their books. Even though the article doesn’t do a deep dive into the program, it does provide a snapshot of what it offers writers.
Ah, reviews. Sometimes, reviews are harder to come by than sales. But reviews are crucial for authors especially new ones.
Lengthy but great article on steps you can take up to six months in advance of your book coming out to help generate more pre-orders. The tips cover the different time periods leading up to a book’s pre-release along with what steps the author can take to help build awareness and sales of their book before it is even released.
If you find yourself struggling with your Amazon ranking, you are not alone. New releases and Amazon’s own algorithms are some factors which can play havoc with a book’s ranking. But there are things you can do to get around these roadblocks.
One of the more popular terms thrown around today on various writing-oriented websites is author platform. But what is an author platform exactly? Learn what it is in this article!
Find out how creating a premium version of your book is a great way to generate more profit with little effort.
Audiobook popularity saw a rise in 2019 and it looks like that will only continue in 2020. Despite the upfront costs involved, creating an audiobook is becoming cheaper and more manageable. This article is a great primer for anyone considering diving into the audiobook market.
Source: The Book Designer Writing a book is the cheapest part associated with self-publishing if you want to do it right. From the original article: “How much you spend on publishing a book depends on how much you are willing to invest in its quality. Quality sells, and quality costs money. If you go cheap, […]