Where Do You Think An Ebook Should Start?

Here is something that has been bothering me for a while now. When you publish your Kindle books do you consider carefully where your readers start? Did you know that you can choose the place that you want your readers to start? This is the place that the ebook will open, by default, the first […]

An Introduction to Publishing with Kobo Writing Life

I have wanted to post about Kobo Writing Life ever since they launched but I have delayed this several times. Their original launch was delayed by several weeks and then I read reports of authors still having difficulties getting books published through the portal. Finally I have decided to go ahead and give you the […]

The Ebook Royalties and Aggregator Charts have been Updated

I have updated our Ebook Stores & Royalties Chart and Ebook Aggregators Chart. You can click the links for the latest versions, plus there will be an updated version of my Ebook Publishing Quick Reference Card available within the next few days. A summary of the latest changes follows. Key changes to the Ebook Stores […]

Apple’s iBooks Author Tool for Creating Interactive Ebooks

Apple’s has launched a new ebook creation tool, iBooks Author. It is a Mac-only software application for creating media-rich, interactive books for the iPad. This new app was launched by Apple’s Phil Schiller at a special event in New York’s Guggenheim Museum on Thursday 19th January. Apple also announced the release of iBooks 2, an […]

The Indie Author’s Guide to Publishing Ebooks

Would you like to learn how to publish an ebook for the Kindle, Nook, iPad and other ebook readers? Would you like to know how to get your ebooks into Amazon’s Kindle Store, B&N Nook Books, Apple’s iBookstore and other major ebook stores? My new guide explains how to do it. Click here for “The […]