Nonfiction Review: How To Sell More Kindle eBooks

I found this book while searching for advice on how to increase sales. Happened upon the author’s website and was lucky enough to find she was promoting her book for free. 🙂 Yeah me!

Wouldn’t it be great if you could write a book, publish it, and watch your sales take off? Well, you can! With Kindle Direct Publishing, you can set up your ebook so that it works with you to increase sales. This ebook shares how to best utilize your book file and set up information to sell more books, and of course I cover everything you can do afterwards to grow your readership. It’s not hard, it doesn’t take hours and hours, and almost every step is free. Don’t spend time building email lists or writing newsletters when you can have fun, engage others, and build a fan base.

I’m a full time writer, and I’m sharing all the small, easy, tactical steps I’ve taken to increase my ebook sales month by month. You can enjoy the writing life and sell thousands of ebooks every month too.

How to Sell More Kindle eBooks offers tried and proven tips on cover design, formatting, Kindle set up to maximize sales, using your Amazon page and profile, social networking, gaining reviews and more. This ebook can guide you through publishing to Kindle for the best results, and it’s easy to go back through your set up information for published ebooks to best utilize the tools. This 50 page guide shares all my secrets for selling Kindle ebooks: everything I’ve tried, learned and succeeded with to increase my book royalties into an income.

Ms. Kristen James provides a quick overview of successfully publishing a book (from writing a great work to marketing that work). She doesn’t go deep into details, but she does provide useful tips along the way.

Why I gave this book 5 stars?

With research, most if not all of the information Ms. James provides in this book can be found online with a bit of effort. In fact, I see a lot of authors implementing the strategies with varying degrees of success. On the other hand, I also see quite a few authors sitting on their island of one, wondering why no one knows or cares about their book(s). How to Sell More Kindle eBooks is for folks in the latter category.

Following the techniques provided may not make an author an instance successful, but it does have the potential to make an author’s book(s) more visible to readers.

If you’re an author who’s struggling to get a handful of sales each month, I HIGHLY recommend this book. Perhaps it’ll get you headed in the right direction.

As I mentioned, this book is great for authors just starting out in self-publishing. Authors who’ve spent some time in the field may find the tips are old news, but it certainly doesn’t hurt to have a book of reminders.

As a side note: this book was short, to the point, and well-written. As an author who’s already pressed for time, I appreciated the brevity.

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