The vagaries of the reflowable ebook introduce uncertainty that doesn’t work for all ebooks. But with fixed-layout ebooks those uncertainties can be eliminated.
PublishDrive has shifted completely to a subscription-based model for all new accounts, completely eliminating the “pay as you go” plan for new accounts.
When selling an ebook through a commercial retailer, the options for adding enhancement to your ebook are limited and may not be worth the trouble.
Everyone considers using a nom de plume or pen name. I am going to offer an argument for not using a pen name — or, at least, for sticking to just one.
Someone reminded me, recently, that I’ve forgotten one easily accessible tool for converting Word documents into ebook format: Google Docs!
Reading ebooks on a Kindle means varies a lot more than you may realize. Understanding those variations a little is important for an ebook publisher.
This is an update of a very popular post I wrote a few years back; it adds some updated info and refines some of the techniques I used back then.
I was asked recently what factors affect the price that I give a book. Here are the considerations I take into account when pricing a book.
In Part 1, we discussed how to hook your readers with book descriptions. Now, let’s talk about how to tease your readers once they’re hooked.
You’ve gotten a potential reader to visit your book’s product page. Now it’s time to seal the deal. How? Your book description, that’s how.