The course, Publish and Sell Your E-Books, was launched in 2011, through libraries and community colleges around the world. In that time, it has helped thousands of authors get their first ebooks into ebookstores. Many authors, who have already published ebooks, join the course to learn more about the “sell” part of self publishing, and how to do a better job of marketing their ebooks. Continue reading Publish & Sell Your Ebooks: Course Updates for 2020
Whether you’re checking out the marketplace to publish your own books, or looking for great reads at a low price, knowing how to access and download the top 100 free ebooks on Amazon is important.
If you’re publishing your own ebooks, you may know that book sellers can’t actually list books for free or at $0.00 dollars in the Kindle store. However, publishers using KDP Select can decide to give their books away for free five days out each 90 day period. Continue reading How to Read Free eBooks on Amazon
It’s no surprise that ebook sales have increased during the worldwide pandemic shut downs from mid-March to mid-May of 2020. In response to closures, many e-retailers stepped in to make sure readers had lots (even free) to choose from, including Apple (for iPhone and iPad), Scribd (digital library), Kobo, and even Sesame Street. Libraries that had to close their doors came up with various ways to make sure their e-collections could reach regular patrons and attract new ones. Continue reading What Ebook Category Increased Sales the Most During the Pandemic?
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What better day to sit back and reflect on ebook sales than the last day of the year? While it’s frigid cold outside (so cold many New Year’s Eve celebrations across Canada have been cancelled!), there’s lots of hot news in my K-Lytics Premium monthly report for 2017. Continue reading What’s Selling in Kindle Ebooks for 2018 — And Just as Important — What’s Not!