This course walks you through how to properly format a Kindle book in Microsoft Word (for both Macs and Windows machines). It includes dozens of video screencasts that take all of the guesswork and frustration out of the process. I would have killed to have something like this when I was first starting out in the world of Kindle ebook publishing. Check it out.
You’ve written your book. You’ve formatted it. Uh… Now what? How do you publish the thing on Amazon? First, you turn to the Kindle Publishing Essentials module on Osmosio. It walks you through the process of publishing your book through Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) platform and discusses every section you’ll go through and every form you’ll need to fill out. Be sure to check out the pages about ebook pricing, choosing categories, and figuring out what keywords to use. Check it out.
Want to write a book but you aren’t sure what to write about? This module is for you. It’s a collection of more than 50 nonfiction ebook ideas that can apply to most topics that are out there. Are you into dirtbikes? Read through the list of ideas and I’m sure you can come up with a dirtbike-related ebook idea. Perhaps gardening is more your style? No problem there, either.
These ideas are sorted onto six pages, with 10 ideas on each page and a handful on the sixth (to which I will add more ideas as they come to me). Each idea includes a few sentences of explanation, a bulleted list of questions you can ask yourself to get the creative juices flowing, and links to real book examples of that idea in practice over on Amazon. Check it out.
I’m the author of several blogging-related books that are available for purchase on Amazon: