Why Kindle Publishing Authors Need to Promote on Facebook

The whole world seems to be on Facebook. This means millions, if not billions of people are interacting with each other as you read this.

Facebook can be a fun Kindle publishing buzz-builder – it’s also free and quick to setup an Author Page

Facebook can be a fun Kindle publishing buzz-builder – it’s also free and quick to setup an Author Page

Facebook is big business, and so naturally it’s not just for chatting. It’s for companies, however big or small, to promote themselves via. Facebook is an enormous hub of news and updates, and a ton of authors have now landed on this free promotional platform – especially the Kindle publishing kind.

If you’re a Facebook detractor and are dreading getting started with this, I feel for you. No, really I do. I used to be in the same boat. (If next door’s dog needed de-worming, I’d sooner do it in place of updating my Facebook author page). I just didn’t understand the draw of the channel at the time.

But when I relaxed a little and stopped worrying so much about ‘what’ I was posting, things got a lot more fun and interesting, and now I enjoy managing my Kindle publishing page. Continue reading

A Super-Quick Guide Through the Kindle Publishing Upload Process

The Kindle publishing upload sounds simple – but this vital stage should never be rushed

The Kindle publishing upload sounds simple – but this vital stage should never be rushed

Now that you’re all set – formatting and conversion complete – and ready to begin the Kindle publishing upload stage, this article will walk you through the main points involved. It sounds like there’s nothing to it – but you might be surprised. (The distribution process I’ve chosen is from Amazon’s KDP Program – but don’t worry, most other distributors usually ask for very similar criteria)

1. Book Title: This one doesn’t need much explaining, but there are a couple of things to consider. If your title is a little modest, you might want to think about adding a little extra something. For example, my book titled Alex sounds like it could belong to Continue reading