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Help for Indie Authors

Kindle is Amazon's device to read eBooks. The introduction of these devices by Amazon created a new era for self-published authors. From that moment on, writers had the tools to share their creations directly to readers and a market ready to consume them. Because it was the first devi...
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No matter how many times you hear the say "Don't judge a book by its cover", people still buy a book because of how good its cover looks. For this reason, the first advice I'm going to give you is to hire a professional graphic artist to design your cover. This could be as expensive as you want, but...
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Although Kindle is probably the best selling platform and there is an application available to read Kindle books in Android devices, not all Android users have an Amazon account, but they usually have a Google account and it is easy for them to buy your book if it is available in Goog...
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Google Play and the Apple's iBook Store require you to send the book in the ePub format. This is actually a group of HTML files compressed in a single file with the .epub extension. There are several programs available to create these files, but Calibre is the one I recommend, not onl...
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Apple is the third company I recommend working with. As well as Android users, users that own an Apple device don't always have an Amazon account, but they always have an Apple account and therefore it is easy for them to buy your book if it is available in the iBook Store. iTunes Connect Apple cent...
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Once you get back the manuscript from your editor, accept or reject the changes, and finish formatting your book, you are ready to publish it (to learn how to format your book, read the article How to Prepare your Manuscript for Publishing using Microsoft Word).   I always recommend to sta...
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