The Ebook Publishing Quick Reference PDF has been Updated

There is now a new version of my ePublishing quick reference tool. The Ebook Publishing Quick Reference PDF is a handy reference tool for writers who are self-publishing ebooks. At a glance you can see: Main Ebook Formats Major Ebook Stores Ebook Royalties Chart for Each Store Ebook Aggregator Comparison Chart Ebook Revenue Growth Chart eReaders & […]

Indie Publishing Weekly Blog Roundup for 19 July

Here’s a quick roundup of posts from indie and e-publishing blogs over the past seven days. Japan’s Leading Online Retailer Rakuten Joins Forces With Kobo To “Destroy Amazon” “For a nation of technology-loving avid readers, Japan has been slow to join the digital publishing revolution… But that could all be about to change from Thursday, […]

Self Publishing vs. Traditional Publishing

Today I want to explain a little more about the role of a self-publishing ebook author. But first, let’s start by examining what traditional publishers do. This 3-part post is an extract from The Indie Author’s Guide to Publishing Ebooks. Part 1. The Role of Traditional Publishers If you are thinking of becoming an independent […]

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Self-Publish Your Ebooks at Barnes & Noble

Barnes & Noble is one of Amazon’s largest competitors as a book retailer and although their share of the ebook market is considerably less they certainly have strong ambitions in the ebook sector. One reason you can expect to see continued growth in ebook sales at B&N is due to their Nook range of ebook […]

Self-Publishing at New German Amazon Kindle Store

Amazon’s New German Kindle Store Amazon has launched a new Kindle Store in Germany, on April 23rd, primarily serving customers in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Luxembourg. The store opened with more than 650,000 titles, 71 of 100 Spiegel bestsellers, and over 25,000 German-language titles with thousands of German classics downloadable for free. German and […]