Authors should go change their Createspace passwords immediately — and while they’re at it, they should also double check their payment details.
Are you curious about all of the changes going on at CreateSpace and seeing new offerings being announced at Kindle Direct Publishing? I have been, too.
More and more authors are seeing that the ADD TO CART button does not place an order with the author/publisher like it used to. For this month’s DO THIS NOT THAT we will focus on the Amazon ADD TO CART button and what we can do.
Amazon is changing things up again and is no longer listing books supplied from IngramSpark as “in stock.” Here’s what you can do.
7 Tools for Creativity including Evernote, Scrivener, CreateSpace, Canva, Mind Jet Mind Manager, Joel’s Journals, iPhone
Three separate authors who launched books recently gathered together and shared some great stories. Use their tales and learn from their experiences!
Time for another installment of our long-running, intermittently-published question-and-answer roundups. Yes, it’s another Monday Mailbag in which we gather questions from my email inbox, from the comments on the blog, and from strange calls in the middle of the night from distraught authors wondering just where they went wrong. Once again I’ve reached deep into […]
Last week we introduced our new Amazon Success Toolkit, a collection of guidelines and productivity tools for publishers using CreateSpace, Kindle Direct Publishing, or Audible, all portals for Amazon. The response has been impressive, and I can see why. Keeping track of all the policies, procedures, and programs at Amazon is more than most of […]
Is there any subject that excites so many emotions in indie authors than Amazon? From its ever-changing programs for self-publishers to its shifting positions on book reviews, Amazon is both the democratic gateway to the biggest market of book buyers in the world, and the 800-pound gorilla overshadowing our world. Trying to figure out the […]
Questions never stop their inexorable creep, like the ivy in my yard. The more you answer, the more you get asked. Does that really make sense? Here’s the latest installment of some select “Q&A” happening around here. Reaching into the mailbags that line the hallways at Marin Bookworks Global Headquarters, I’ve sampled and collected some […]