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So - You Want To Publish
on 11 December 2010
I am not intending to suddenly release a book on the unsuspecting public, but I was curious to know how one went about it on Amazon. With the sales of kindle being good, obviously more people are buying ebooks. Alright, your market isn't as big as if you were published in normal book form and had a giant publishing house behind you, but you can still make money.
There are a few typos in this (you bad boys at Amazon), but regardless of that it is a quick and easy overview of how to go about it all. Give me an internet connection and I can find information really quick, but when it comes to something like word processor programs, because I don't use them all the time or all the different aspects of them I am rusty, but I could easily understand everything here. There is an active table of contents as well as email addresses where you can find more details. You can also access some of these from inside the book itself, so make sure you have your browser option on, although the kindle does display a page when clicking on this to remind you. Your actual book ideally should be transmitted in HTML format, and this explains all this along with copyright, pricing and royalties. As well as contacting Amazon if you have a problem or need any more information there is the web address here for the forum, and for the FAQs section.
If you are thinking to publish for the kindle and unleash your masterpiece upon the world, then it makes sense to download this and get some idea of what you have to do. The best thing is, this ebook is free.