Guide to self Publishing on Amazon

Self-publication guide at Amazon

Composers can publish in various formats - print, e-book or audio book. This is our guide to publishing on Amazon. Step-by-step instructions for self-publishing A hardcover book about Lulu. Use this account to set up your Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) account.

Publish to Amazon and other online booksellers

It is a very comprehensive tutorial with step-by-step guides for formatting and publishing your eBook in both softcover with Amazon (and other large on-line booksellers) and eBook with Kindle (and a wide range of other eReaders). Authors Chris McMullen has authored and released over a decade of paperbacks and eBooks.

Also, this volume was self-released using the same technologies described here. Here you will find very detailled instructions on how to use Microsoft Word 2010 (similar to Word 2007) especially under Windows to release your books both as paperbacks and eBooks. These include using a wide range of formating functions (such as page margins and bookmarks hyperlinks), drawing your own images from the ground up, inserting and reformatting formulas, creating your own covers, converting the contents of your pocketbook contents files into an electronic jacket, reformatting images and formulas in an electronic jacket with a wide range of e-readers, and minimizing the filesize the dimensions of the electronic jacket.

It is both very instructive (such as a list of the different brand pixels of eReaders and a description of how to make accurate colours manually), as well as useful editing and publication capabilities. Most of the pocketbook statements are CreateSpace oriented, while the eBook statements support Kindle and other eReaders.

This is a guideline for publishing a high standard script with the greatest of convenience!

Getting Print-On-Demand done with Createspace & Make eBooks for Kindle & Oth by Chris McMullen

Available now as part of a 4-in-1 Compile. The ISBN of the 4-in-1 collection is 150318420X. Available now as part of a 4-in-1 Compile. The ISBN of the 4-in-1 collection is 150318420X. SHORT DESCRIPTION: This is a very comprehensive tutorial with step-by-step guides for formatting and publishing your textbook in both softcover with Amazon (and other large on-line booksellers) and eBook with Kindle (and a wide range of other eReaders).

It is both very instructive (e.g. how to adjust the borders with trimming, as well as the groove, and list the size of pixels of the different eReader brands), as well as useful editing and publication capabilities. Using this tutorial as a guideline, you can easily produce a high standard script yourself.

An 18-page index is included in the pocketbook issue to help you find information quickly. He has authored and released over a decade of paperbacks and eBooks. Also, this volume was self-released using the same technologies described here. McMullen gives many useful hints for formats in clear text with concise, in-depth instruction.

Band 1 contains special formattings for Microsoft Word 2010 (similar to Word 2007 and 2013) for Windows. Conversely, Vol. 2 - sold seperately - has very little to do with Microsoft Word. Most of the pocketbook statements are CreateSpace oriented, while the eBook statements support Kindle and other eReaders.

Descriptive: Here you will find very detailled manuals for the use of Microsoft Word 2010 (similar to Word 2007 and 2013) especially with Windows to release your books both as paperbacks and eBooks. Like formatting images and formulas in an electronic journal with a multitude of eReaders in the back of your skull.

Self-publication of your book. Vol. 2 (available separately) includes your proofing, marketable hints, artwork, authoring, useful Amazon and other bookseller advice, and promotional strategy.

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