In this issue:
1. Adding a new title to Createspace.
2. Marketers selling their Kindle courses often prove they are not successful, but hope you are too stupid to realize it.
3. My Book Editor – Q&A plus a special deal.
Most Popular Reviews
In my newsletter #338, I asked you if you were fed up with Google and looking for a new direction online – one where Big G couldn’t just wave it’s wand to destroy your business.
Incidentally, I am keeping everyone updated on my own Kindle successes on a Kindle Journey Facebook page I created. It’ll tell you a weekly breakdown of income from the books I am creating for Kindle.
Back in July 2012, I started publishing on Amazon Kindle using Geoff Shaw’s excellent Kindle publishing course as my guide. That journey has resulted in a substantial monthly income from my books. I have been so impressed with the potential of Kindle publishing that I intend to devote a bigger chunk of my own time to this market. I had even considered writing a piece of software to help me decide on the best books to write (i.e. those with big markets that are selling well in Kindle). However, last week I saw an email promotion for something called the KD Suite. I went to watch the video on the sales page and immediately bought it. I’ve been playing with it ever since and I love it.
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My Kindle Books
I have now released several webmaster-related Kindle books following Geoff Shaw’s excellent Kindling Training. You can read my review of that course here.
One question I get asked by subscribers of my newsletter is whether or not I have different formats other than Kindle, as they don’t own a Kindle device. The good news is you don’t have to own a Kindle, as you can read books on PCs, Macs, Smartphones, tablets, etc. If you want more details on this, read my “No Kindle? No Problem!” article.
These book covers will take you to the book on Amazon.